Augustine Hwata Harare Bureau
THERE was still no end in sight for the turmoil at Dynamos as the players pressed on with their industrial action by refusing to train again for the fourth day yesterday.
Players at the Harare giants had been refusing to train amid reports that they want their executive to address them over issues to do with bonuses and outstanding allowances.
A planned afternoon workout at Gwanzura failed to take place as the players came in batches and refused to train.
The Glamour Boys were expected to train from 3:30 pm but the players could be seen in their casual wear on the terraces.
Representatives of the players were last night expected to meet the executive committee to have their plight addressed while team manager Richard Chihoro refused to entertain the media.
Dynamos play Black Rhinos in a Chibuku Super Cup first round match at Gwanzura on Sunday.
Club chairman Kenny Mubaiwa on Wednesday said he has an open door policy and was surprised the players elected to boycott training instead of airing their grievances through proper channels.
Callisto Pasuwa, the head coach, is attending a Caf A licence course at the Zifa Village although he is expected to return for the tie on Sunday.
Chibuku Super Cup
Saturday: ZPC Kariba v Harare City (Rimuka), FC Platinum v Bantu Rovers (Mandava), Caps United v Chapungu (Rufaro)
Sunday: Dynamos v Black Rhinos (Gwanzura), Highlanders v Shabanie (Ascot), Hwange v Triangle (Colliery), Buffaloes v Chiredzi (Sakubva), How Mine v Chicken Inn (Mandava)