MAMBARE WAVES GOODBYE
8 February 2018
. . . Star owed US$16 000 by Dynamos
MASIMBA Mambare has parted ways with Dynamos after failing to agree on a new contract.
Mambare, who demanded that he first be paid sign on fees and salary he is owed, is highly likely to join army side Black Rhinos.
He becomes the second player in Lloyd Mutasa’s plans who has left under similar circumstances after Tichaona Chipunza was snatched by Ngezi Platinum.
“We have been holding meetings with the Dynamos executive since the beginning of this year.
“I could not renew my contract because the amount of money they owe me is too much.
“Dynamos did not pay me my signing on fee and the whole of last year I was getting half of my salary every month,” Mambare said.
“They owe me a total of $16000, and I felt like it’s too much for me to renew a contract under such circumstances. I even suggested that they pay me at least a part of that payment but they still could not afford and that left me with no option,” he said.
Mambare arrived at Dynamos in 2014 coming from Highlanders in what was one of the most talked about transfer saga.
He admits that his heart was with DeMbare but the conditions were not conducive for him to stay.
“I will miss Dynamos. I will miss Dynamos fans,” he said.
“I feel like I have betrayed them (fans) because they have been with me through thick and thin. However football is what I do for a living and if I am not getting paid for my services then it’s pointless to keep that job.”
The midfielder did not give much on his links with Black Rhinos.
“I am not sure yet about my future, but I am training with Black Rhinos at the moment,” Mambare said.