Big spenders Lusaka Dynamos seemed to have hit a brick wall as a player exodus is set to hit the club after claims of non payment of player salaries.
The Lusaka based club is said to be owing 6 months in arrears which saw influential skipper Clatous Chama ditch the team for Tanzanian giants Simba Sports Club.
Now it is believed that other players are following suit and one such player who has already left Dynamos is forward Mwansa Nsofwa and according to reports in Zambia, the player is believed to have settled for his boyhood club Kabwe Warriors.
Collins Sikombe has returned to back to Napsa Stars after a six month spell with Dynamos.
Speculations are being sparked further by the absence of Chris Mugalu in the 1-0 win Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy.
Conlyde Luchanga scored the only goal of the game with the highlight of the proceedings being goalkeeper Monga Ndala coming on as an attacking midfielder in the second half.
Now new FIFA Regulations have given players powers to terminate contracts with their teams for non payment of salaries for a minimum of two months.