Mukudzei Chingwere, Bureau Harare
Football Confederations of Africa (KAF) have ordered FC Platinum not to use their Mandawa's Fortress in Zvishan for their group in the Champions League against Esperanza on Saturday.
They are worried about the accommodation facilities in the mining city.
FC Platinum was given a go-ahead to bring his last league to the Champions League to domestic fans.
But this has changed and Zifa has confirmed the new development yesterday.
FC Platinum will once again have to move to Barbourfields for their remaining competition against defending defenders.
"Kaf has decided that FC Platinum will play its game against Esperanza in Bulawayo, and not in Syshavane, as it was previously announced," said spokeswoman Xolisani Gwesela.
"Kaf has expressed concerns about the accommodation facilities in Zvishawan for a game of this size that will probably attract a lot of people.
"FC Platinum played two of their group matches in Bulawayo and we only wish them the best in other matches," Gvezela said.
The miners are without a winner in the pool with two unsettled and three defeats.
They charmed very neutral with a bold performance against the Orlando Pirates, where they led 2-0 to the last 10 minutes in Johannesburg last Friday.
They even missed the first half.
The match ended at 2-2 draw.