Zim Rugby Team Sleeps In The Streets In Tunisia
The Zimbabwean men’s senior rugby team has spent a night in the streets of Tunisia ahead of their Rugby World Cup qualifier encounter due to bundling on their travel arrangements.
Former Minister of Education David Coltart broke the news on his Facebook page on Tuesday morning.
Our national rugby team the Sables are being treated in the most appalling way in Tunisia. They have been forced to sleep on the streets as the accommodation they were provided with is disgusting.
On arrival they spent 6 hours held up at border and the authorities have taken their passports claiming they need to pay for visas amounting to 600 euro which they cant pay as they dont have funds. Most team members only had 2 hours sleep last night. The ZRU board appear to have done nothing about the situation along with the SRC. Coach De Villiers and the managers are on the street with the players.
Come on Zimbabwe. How can we allow a national team, our flag carriers, to be treated like this?
What is the Minister of Sport doing about this? Can our nearest ambassador help? Trudy Stevenson – can you?
It is time to restore our national pride.
Efforts to get a comment from the Sports and Recreation Commission were not successful at the time of writing.
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