ZIMBABWE football is operating under FIFA suspension, but that has not stopped the debate on which clubs deserve to be part of the proposed Pan African Super League.
Already, there are reports that Dynamos, Caps United and FC Platinum could be part of it. That, however, depends on when FIFA sanctions will end.
On Tuesday, Highlanders said they had done their homework to get the truth on the matter.
Bosso are one of the biggest teams in the country along with Dynamos, but they have in recent years not been playing in CAF competitions, either after failing to qualify or opting out.
“Contrary to fears that clubs around Africa have been selected to play in this league and ours not amongst them, we have engaged clarity from the football authorities on the selection process and how Highlanders have been left out,” said Highlanders in a statement.
“I would like to assure the Highlanders family that as much as it is very true that there is indeed such a league being planned, there is no CLUB that has been selected.”