Bosso executive calls for emergency meeting
Two former Highlanders’ executive committee members have called for an urgent emergency meeting to find a solution to problems afflicting the country’s oldest club, while some militant club members are demanding that the entire leadership steps down.
Former Bosso chairman Themba Ndlela and ex-Vice Chairman Sikhanyiso Moyo said there was need for highlanders’ members to meet urgently and interrogate the problems at the club. They said waiting for the constitutional mid-year review meeting in July might be too late.
The loss to Chicken Inn was Highlanders’ third this season from seven games, leaving them winless and languishing second from the bottom of the league table. According to Highlanders’ President Ndumiso Gumede, this is the club’s worst start to the season in more than four decades.