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Mamelodi Sundowns’ Pitso Mosimane is reportedly amongst the top 10 highest paid coaches in Africa this season in a list dominated by North African club’s. African football may not have the benefits of the major financial muscle as European clubs but the progression of the game on the continent has been evident in recent years. […]Continue Reading
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WORLD soccer governing body, Fifa has pledged to construct a modern football stadium in Chimanimani as part of efforts to help rehabilitate sporting facilities that were destroyed by Cyclone Idai. The cyclone-induced floods left a trail of destruction in Chimanimani and other eastern parts of the country in March this year killing 344 people. Fifa, […]Continue Reading
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RISING Zimbabwean athletics sensation Alfred Chawonza capped off a memorable season in style after being named as the winner of the prestigious Men of Essex Award during the 61st edition of the annual awards dinner at the Cedar Hill Golf & Country Club in Livingston, New Jersey in the United States last week. Presented by […]Continue Reading
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ENGLAND-BORN Zimbabwean striker Macauley Bonne is edging closer towards realising his dream of featuring for the Warriors at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals in Egypt next month after Zifa finally received his documents for a local passport on Friday. The 23-year-old striker, whose goals helped Leyton Orient secure promotion to the English […]Continue Reading
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AMID the gloom that descended on domestic football yesterday, as the Warriors’ Umbro kit was met with fierce resistance, and rejection, by furious fans, the team’s former captain, Moses Chunga, provided a ray of light. The kit, unveiled in Harare on Thursday, torched a wave of outrage among the fans who feel the British sportswear […]Continue Reading
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LOG leaders Caps United will be hoping to prove their championship credentials when they host high-flying Chapungu in a potentially feisty Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium in Harare this afternoon. The Harare football giants have had an explosive start to the campaign in which they are unbeaten having won five and […]Continue Reading
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A FIFA delegation is heading to Zimbabwe to assess the damage to sports infrastructure caused by the deadly Cyclone Idai which hit the country in March and left hundreds of people dead while displacing thousands more. The delegation has already met with the Mozambican Football Federation and visited sports facilities destroyed by the natural disaster, […]Continue Reading
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Dynamos yesterday received training equipment from Belgian Gino Laureyssen as well as a car for coach Tonderai Ndiraya donated by supporter Brighton Ushendibaba. The equipment which consists of soccer balls, training corns, shooting nets, whistles and other modern day training equipment was donated by Laureyssen through his Brain and Storm Company. Ndiraya received a Continue Reading