FRANCISTOWN: Two of the six players who were suspended by TAFIC more than two weeks ago have been pardoned.
The two pardoned players Michael Murwira and Bokamoso Mbambo have been training with the club prior to their hearing, which was held on Wednesday.
The two players were suspended for acts of misconduct, including disrespecting the technical team.
“The two players have been recalled and are available for selection for our weekend match against Mochudi Centre Chiefs. They wrote letters to the club admitting their mistakes and pleaded with the management to
Mooketsi Mampori, Rodney Buka, Gofamodimo Kobe and Mbatshi Machongo who are still under suspension will appear for hearing on different dates.
“The players have been served with letters calling them for their hearing,” Kolola said. The return of the two is a huge boost for TAFIC who have performed badly in recent weeks.