TOUCHED by the plight of their players and irritated by club owner, Twine Phiri’s reluctance to cede club ownership to financially sound institutions or individuals, CAPS United fans will converge at Mutare Museum on Saturday to find ways they can help the situation.

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Twine Phiri

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The meeting starts at 12pm.

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In an interview, CAPS United Supporters Association Mutare Chapter secretary general, Jonathan Bakacheza, confirmed that the meeting will go ahead at Mutare Museum.

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Bakacheza said the supporters had a role to play to protect the brand they have always supported since childhood.

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“I think it is information in public domain that CAPS United is in turmoil because of lack of funding. As supporters, we feel that we have a role to play to help our team. We will be meeting as Mutare Chapter of CAPS United fans at Mutare Museum on Saturday at 12pm. We want to give CAPS United supporters, as stakeholders of the club, a platform to give their input in finding solutions to the CAPS United problems.

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“We believe that CAPS United have numerous supporters who can come together to help their team if only we get organised as a supporters body,” said Bakacheza.

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CAPS United Mutare Chapter chairman, Clement Saunyama, added that they are not happy that Twine Phiri has been holding on to the club when he knew that he did not have resources needed to get things going for the club.

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“I think it was really selfish on the part of Twine Phiri to keep holding on to the club when he knew that he did not have resources needed to get things going for the club. It is against this background that we are going to meet as supporters and chat the way forward. We will do this for the love of the game of football and for the love of CAPS United in particular,” he said.