Epac United demand Thindwa’s transfer balance


Epac have written Zimbabwe’s Caps United demanding K1milion transfer balance fee for gangling forward Ishmael Thindwa.

Thindwa joined Caps from Epac for K5million, but the Zimbabwean club only paid K4million. The two clubs agreed that the balance would be settled within one year of his contract at Caps. However, the Harare club did not settle the balance.

However, Epac is reportedly unhappy that Thindwa was loaned to Wanderers, yet Caps have not settled the balance.


In an interview on Thursday, Epac treasurer Paul Kampira confirmed that the club had indeed written to Caps reminding them to settle transfer balance for Thindwa.

Caps chief executive officer, Joe Makuvire, was not available for comment.

Thindwa is on a six-month loan at Be Forward Wanderers from Caps and featured for the new club last Saturday in the Carlsberg Cup quarter-final victory over Dedza Young Soccer at Kamuzu Stadium.


At Caps, Thindwa endured a difficult campaign just scoring two goals in Castle Lager Premier Soccer League. Before joining Caps, Thindwa won the golden boot award twice in three seasons.

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