Sources revealed that the popular Harare club are refusing to issue the player with a clearance letter that should enable Gwekwerere to be registered in the green CAPS United colours.
A player cannot move from one club to another without a clearance from his previous employers. Even the Premier Soccer can also not register Gwekwerere under CAPS United unless they receive a clearance letter from De Mbare.
Gwekwerere revealed he was having problems getting his clearance letter saying Dynamos officials were playing hide and seek with him. The player, however, insisted he would be moving to CAPS United under whatever circumstances. He said if Dynamos refused to release him he would appeal to the Football Union of Zimbabwe.
Gwekwerere said he has unsuccessfully tried to communicate with Dynamos secretary Oliver Manyau so that he gets his clearance letter.
Manyau could not be reached to shed light on this issue.
Gwekwerere’s contract with Dynamos expired last year on December 31.
Gwekweree on Monday shocked Dynamos followers when he announced that he was leaving De Mbare to join Dynamos’ bitter rivals CAPS United. Gwekwerere joins a long list of players who have left or are leaving De Mbare during the off season break.
The likes of Benjamin Marere, Washington Arubi, Dylan Chivandire, and Murape Murape have all left for different clubs in a massive player exodus that has hit Dynamos during this period. Although none of the Dynamos officials could be reached to comment on the matter sources at the club revealed that the departure of coach Elvis Chiweshe coupled by the team’s failure to pay bonuses had stirred the exodus.
Gwekwerere said he was leaving Dynamos because the club had failed to fulfil its promises one of which had been failure to pay his salary and bonuses.
Never in their history have Dynamos lost so many players in one season than they have done this time. Instead, it has been traditional that players look joining Dynamos than leaving the club. But times have changed players are now
in favour of clubs that gives them their pay cheque rather than their huge standing in society.
Dynamos are representing the club in the Caf Champions League along with Motor Action but the way things are moving is that the club might be left with no players for the tournament if the player movements are not checked in time.