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TZD WANTS E17 400 FROM WANDERERS FANS

By Sibusiso Masilela | 2017-11-14

SOCCER - Manzini Wanderers supporters have until the next 21 days to settle their outstanding debt with top lawyer Zakhele Dlamini, amounting to E17 400.

Information gathered is that the lawyer furnished the National Supporters Committee with the letter of demand yesterday in respect of services rendered about five months ago.

The supporter’s task team roped in lawyer Dlamini to help them regain their leadership right in the team during the off-season.

The supporters took the board of directors to court where they challenged the registration of the team as a company and their disbandment last season during the reign of former boss Bheki Shongwe.

The lawyer successfully helped the supporters get their leadership spot in the team after the High Court ordered a reconciliation meeting for all the team’s stakeholders to iron out their differences under the supervision of Council of Elders Chairman Sipho Ntshalinshali.

The supporters got their plea as all the stakeholders agreed that the ownership of the team should change from a company into an association. This was during two meetings held at the Manzini Library.

However, the transition process is still yet to be finalised by the team’s stakeholders.

When sought for comment, Wanderers National Supporters Committee Chairman Lucky ‘Majaivane ‘Dlamini said he was yet to get a briefing on the matter.

“I am yet to verify the matter you are talking about and it would be folly for me to commit myself until I get an official update,” he said

Efforts to get lawyer Dlamini proved futile after his cellphone rang unanswered when tried several times yesterday.  An SMS was also sent to Dlamini before going for print but he did not respond.

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