The Clever Boys resolves issues
Bidvest Wits owners sat down with their players and reached a solution for all parties, and are set for their Nedbank Cup semi-finals against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Earlier in the week, there were reports of apparent planning of strike action at newly acquired Bidvest Wits.
This was due to the uncertainty of a lot of futures at the club and that includes that of Coach Gavin Hunt.
Kickoff.com reported that “the well-documented take-over of Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, who plans to relocate the club to Limpopo, had upset many within the camp as they were left out of the loop amid the Bidvest sale negotiations.
“It was documented, I think, On Monday the new owners and the existing owners came down [to the first team training] and spoke to the players”. He said at a pre-match conference on Thursday.
He also highlighted the fact that such incidents have to be handled internally and on an individual capacity.
“So, individual cases will be handled with the new owner and their agents, and obviously they’ll take it from there – are they keeping them or they going or selling them, etc.” He said
Hunt also revealed that he’s working hand in hand with players as well in terms of securing their next moves.
“Obviously I’m trying to help them get clubs, which is the most important thing – try and get clubs and play, and make the right decisions, not just for money but the right decisions.” He further stated…