Dynamos’ second half blues

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor— DYNAMOS’ spectacular collapse in the Battle of Baobab on Saturday has left the Glamour Boys’ quest for the league championship in tatters and, in the event they fail to be crowned champions this year, they should not view the events in Ngezi in isolation but as part of a pattern that…
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BRITISH BRIGADE

Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter— THE first batch of the British Brigade, led by highly-rated teenage midfielder Kundai Benyu who plays for Scottish champions Celtic, is finally coming home to represent their motherland in international football. A number of them have been named in the Warriors squad for matches against Lesotho and Namibia next month. The Warriors will…
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PLEASE, BRING IT ON

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter— CHAMPIONS CAPS United served up a sumptuous dish of attacking and stylish football that lit the night at the National Sports Stadium yesterday and, if this served to give us a glimpse of what to expect in the Castle Lager Premiership this weekend, then fans should be ready for some fireworks. Dominic…
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ZIFA EYE BRUCE, PETER

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor BRUCE GROBBELAAR and Peter Ndlovu — two of the strongest pillars who held the Dream Team together in a remarkable adventure that almost took Zimbabwe to the 1994 World Cup finals in the United States — have been shortlisted for another romantic flirtation with the Warriors. The All-Star duo, who are working…
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City to test FC Platinum’s resolve

Mukudzei Chingwere in GWERU and Grace Chingoma in HARARE LEADERS FC Platinum’s resolve not to crumble under the weight of pressure will be severely tested this afternoon at Rufaro as they seek to present firm title credentials of their pedigree to win a maiden Castle Lager Premiership crown by beating Harare City this afternoon. Norman Mapeza…
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ZIFA engage ex-footballers

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter ZIFA have urged local legends and ex-footballers to be more involved in football development in the country. The Association’s president Philip Chiyangwa yesterday said the former players have a big role to play in grassroots development, coaching and administration. The ZIFA board engaged a group of ex-footballers in Harare. The former players who attended…
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‘WE’ARE A HEAVY WEIGHT’

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor— CAPS United president Farai Jere believes TP Mazembe’s qualification for the 2017 CAF Confederation Cup final – without losing a game in the dozen matches they have played in the tournament – has put into context the quality of his Green Machine and the success of their adventure on the continent…
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OUR GENTLE GIANT DIES

  Collin Matiza and Takudzwa Chitsiga ZIMBABWEAN football was yesterday plunged into mourning following the death of CAPS United legend Friday “Breakdown’’ Phiri, one of the finest footballers to grace the domestic game. A former Zimbabwe international striker, who later delved into coaching and took charge of several Premiership and Division One sides, Phiri died yesterday…
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