A toast to the Derby @40

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor IF South African film director Jamie Uys was still alive, I would probably have asked him for the rights to do a football version of his smash-hit movie, The Gods Must Be Crazy, centred on the sights and sounds of 40 years of the Harare Derby. Sadly, the celebrated filmmaker passed…
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Zim footballers generate a lot of interest

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor FIVE-TIME African champions Zamalek have moved closer to securing the signature of CAPS United forward Abbas Amidu after officially indicating their interest in signing the forward who destroyed them with a superb double strike in a CAF Champions League showdown at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. Although both Makepekepe…
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PROLIFIC MACHINE

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor CAPS United, powered by one of the best attacks in the 2017 CAF Champions League, will have to do what no other club, either domestic or foreign, has managed to do in the past eight months — beating Algerian giants USM Alger in their backyard — to clear the final…
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A WARRIOR DIES

Petros Kausiyo and Grace Chingoma ZIMBABWE’S football family was yesterday plunged into mourning following the death of former Warriors, Ajax Cape Town and Moroka Swallows winger Edzai Kasinauyo in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was 42. Kasinauyo died at Donald Gordon Medical Centre, a private hospital in Johannesburg, where he had been admitted for a few…
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ZIFA EYE PRISON TALENT

Petros Kausiyo Sports Reporter ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa believes there could be a lot of gifted footballers whose talent is wasting away in the country’s prisons and spirited efforts should be made to ensure that talent is nurtured, behind bars, for a possible recruitment into the national game in the future. The country’s football controlling body…
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DeMbare silence CAPS

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter CAPS United………………………..0 Dynamos…………………………(0) 1 GIANTS Dynamos finally remembered how to win yesterday when they edged bitter rivals CAPS United in a rain-drenched Independence Cup semi-final soccer tie at the National Sports Stadium to set up a dream date against Highlanders. The Glamour Boys, who had characteristically started the season in low…
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