The Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) saved its property from going under the hummer after the association yesterday settled their debt owed to a local advertising company.
The property was attached by the deputy sheriff in Harare on behalf of CM&A Ogilvy on May 21.
According to a statement placed in the Press last week, the property was expected to be put on auction by Ruby Auctions on Thursday this week.
It was not clear yesterday if the cash-strapped association had managed to save their bus which was set for auction last Saturday.
Zifa lawyer Ralph Maganga yesterday said: The money was released by the Zifa president Cuthbert Dube late on Saturday. I havent been briefed on whether the bus was auctioned or not, but the good thing is we have been able to save all the movable property. We intend to settle the debt today (yesterday).
The association communications manager Nicky Dhlamini said she was in the dark on the status of the bus.
The property which was set for the hummer includes three office chairs, five swivel chairs, two metal framed chairs, two door cabinet, HP scanjet scanner, two wooden chairs, steel cabinet, six HP Laserjet printers, two L-shaped desks, six drawer desks, three drawer desks, four drawer desks, office desk, Canon printer, HP office jet printer, 2×6 PC computer sets, 3×4 PC computer sets and 2×2 drawer cabinets on wheels.
The total amount owed to the advertising company could not be ascertained, but it was believed the debt arose when CM&A advertised the Warriors high profile friendly match against Brazil two years ago.