Makomborero Mutimukulu, Sports
Makepekepe have not at trained at all this week with players protesting against unpaid salaries and winning bonuses.
The players have also threatened not to fulfil the date with Bosso.
But Jere, whose name is featuring prominently in the on-going audit of ZIFA accounts, insists CAPS United will take to the field at BF on Sunday.
“What I can assure you is that the team will go to Bulawayo for the match against Highlanders,” Jere was quoted by NewsDay.
“You know this is a special group of players. They are more focused than those we had before. They are doing very well and, of course, they have not been training. They are struggling financially because our financial situation is well known.
“We are going through a difficult period. They (players) know where the money comes from and it’s unfortunate that those who are supposed to pay us have not done so, they also have their challenges.
“I had a meeting with the coach and captain, where I showed them the effort we have been putting in to ensure they get paid and they understand,” he fumes.