Likuena returned home from Mozambique on Monday morning amid accusations that some of their players were found smoking dagga at camp in Mozambique.
LeFA Secretary General, Mokhosi Mohapi, confirmed these allegations, admitting that the perpetrators will be booted out of the squad.
“The players who will be found guilty of misconduct while on national duty will be dismissed from the national team,” he said.
Mohapi, however, declined to identify the players fingered for misconduct, saying he was yet to file a full report with the technical team.
He attributed the dismal performance of the team to the misconduct of players, saying there could, however still be some other factors which could only be put into perspective after the head coach, Thabo Senong, has submitted the whole report.
He said the entire squad will be released in order for the players to rejoin their respective clubs in preparation for the domestic league.
Mohapi was non-committal on when the players will resume camp in preparation for the regional Council of Southern Africa Football Association (COSAFA) Cup, which is due next month in Durban, South Africa.
“I am still waiting to see the coach's training programme and will only be in a position to confirm thereafter,” he said.
Likuena arrived back home a diminished team, following two losses - against the host nation Mozambique in a mid-week match played on Wednesday and fellow visitors eSwatini's Isihlangu Semnikati on Saturday.
Likuena opened the three-nation soccer tournament against Mozambique's Mambas and were hammered 5-0 before later going down 2-1 to eSwatini.
Talking in post-match interviews with the media, Likuena head coach Thabo Senong said although he was unhappy with the results, he was however, satisfied with the preparations ahead of the regional Council of Southern Africa Football Association (COSAFA) Cup, which is scheduled for Durban, South Africa next month.
He said he introduced a youthful side with majority of the players making their debut national call up.