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Ncube pays Kadzola’s debt

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HOW MINE Football Club head coach Philani “Beefy” Ncube yesterday settled defender Morris Kadzola’s $250 debt owed to Bulawayo woman, Fildah Chirara, a few minutes before the team departed for Harare en route to the Seychelles.

RONALD MOYO
SPORTS REPORTER

Kadzola, a former Dynamos Football Club player who moved to the gold miners last year, has been refusing to honour the debt to the self-employed Bulawayo woman — ironically a hard-core supporter of the Harare giants.

Last week Ncube promised he would ensure Chirara got her money from the player and yesterday handed over $200 to the embattled woman who claimed she was living in fear of Kadzola who she claimed threatened her on the phone.

It is, however, understood that Kadzola refused in his coach’s presence to pay the debt insisting he owed Chirara only $100.

Chirara confirmed to Southern Eye that Ncube paid $200 on behalf of Kadzola before How Mine players and officials left for Harare on their way to South Africa where they will get a connecting flight to the Seychelles for a date with St Michel FC for the Caf Confederation Cup first round second leg.

She added that Ncube made an arrangement to give her the remaining amount when the team returns from the Seychelles.

“I met Ncube and Kadzola before they left for Harare. When the coach ordered him to pay the debt he refuted that he owes me $250 saying he owes only $100, before saying he did not have the money, although I was told by the coach they were paid a few days back,” Chirara said.

Southern Eye learnt from Chirara that Kadzola borrowed the money from her in small amounts over time as he was facing financial challenges during his stay at DeMbare.

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