LA LIGA DEAL SEALED

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor ZIFA and the Spanish La Liga have upped the game in their growing relationship, with the two bodies on Thursday night sealing a landmark deal set to transform the fortunes of talented Zimbabwean footballers and afford them direct access to the professional European game. It’s also a major vote of […]
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Contrasting times for DeMbare, CAPS

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter CAPS United appear an oasis of peace compared to their rivals Dynamos who had a difficult week ahead of the teams’ clash in the semi-final of the ZNA Charities at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow. Dynamos senior players refused to train again yesterday at Old Hararians in protest over unpaid […]
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All set for Zifa AGM

ALL is set for the ZIFA annual general meeting (AGM) scheduled to take place in Harare today. ZIFA spokesperson Xolisani Gwesela yesterday confirmed the indaba, which was initially scheduled for December, but was postponed after members raised an issue over the short notification period which is supposed to be 60 days, as provided for by the football statutes.
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Zifa drama just a myth

Henrietta Rushwaya Special Correspondent THIS past week, the Zimbabwean football fraternity found itself in the news for all the wrong reasons in respect of the tenure of office for ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa, who was elected into office on December 5, 2015. Elections at ZIFA are conducted in terms Article 25 of the ZIFA constitution, […]
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DR DISH’S $3.5M OFFER

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor LOCAL company Dr Dish have dangled a $3.5 million bid to the domestic Premier Soccer League (PSL) to acquire the top-flight league’s media visual broadcasting rights from this year, in a ground-breaking marriage which should initially run for a period of five years. If Dr Dish’s proposal is accepted by thePSL leadership, […]
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Fokorani wins Old Mutual marathon

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter VETERAN runners Mike Fokorani and Samukeliso Moyo proved they are still on top of their game when they emerged winners of the Old Mutual Harare marathon at Old Georgians Sports Club yesterday. Fokorani was the first to cross the finish line in the men’s section in 2 hours 21 minutes 39 […]
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ZIFA POLL BOMBSHELL

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor THE ZIFA presidency is a four-year cycle cast in stone and there are no provisions in the association’s constitution for an incumbent’s term of office to be completed through a relay, in a stunning development which makes a mockery of the election madness which has gripped domestic football in recent […]
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THE FLYING WARRIOR . . . . . Mushekwi ready for battle with football’s supermen

Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter NYASHA MUSHEKWI can hardly wait to rub shoulders with some of the world’s biggest football superstars, including Brazilians Hulk and Ramires, Grazianno Pelle of Italy and a host of African legends — Christian Bassogog, John Obi Mikel and Pappis Cisse — when he makes his plunge into the mega-rich Chinese Super…
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From World Cup captain to outcast . . . . . Is this the biggest meltdown in domestic football history?

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor DENVER MUKAMBA’S spectacular fall from grace – from captaining the Warriors in a World Cup qualifier as a 21-year-old highly-rated footballer to becoming an outcast at Dynamos in just five years – is probably the biggest individual meltdown in the history of domestic football. The rangy forward finds himself dominating newspaper…
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Davis Cup draw today

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter IT’S just a day to go before Zimbabwe take on Turkey in the first round of the Europe/Africa Group II tomorrow at Harare Sports Club and Mehluli Sibanda, the youngest player in the team, is positive they can upset the visitors. The draw for the tie will be held this morning at…
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