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Zifa dangle Afcon incentives

ZIFA president Felton Kamambo has said Warriors players will be richly rewarded for their participation at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) with the local football governing body set to table an “attractive package”. Each player will be required to sign a contract with the association over bonuses and …

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Rich pickings for JM Busha Marathon

THE third edition of the annual JM Busha 54 Races for Peace and Unity in Africa is expected to be a bigger event with the winners set to walk away with a combined total prize money of $60 500. The event, dubbed “Step Up To Peace,” will be held this …

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Kwenaite on Warriors documentary

ONE of the continent’s finest football writers and broadcasters, Thomas “TK’’ Kwenaite, is in the country to produce a documentary about the Warriors. The award-winning South African journalist, one of the most influential voices in African football, flew into Harare on Sunday with his crew. He is expected to conduct …

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Poor results stalk DeMbare, Bosso

TRADITIONAL giants Dynamos and Highlanders are constantly being reminded that football has changed following another round of miserable results at the weekend. DeMbare, who have been enjoying a mini-recovery under new coach Tonderai Ndiraya, were humiliated by struggling Bulawayo Chiefs at Barbourfields on Saturday. The Glamour Boys became the first …

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Lloyd Chitembwe rules the roost

A BLISTERING start to the season has earned CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe the first Coach of the Month accolade in the highly-competitive early stages of the 2019 season. The former midfielder was named the best coach for the combined months of March/April after leading the Green Machine to a …

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Acosta arrives for Manyuchi fight

CHARLES MANYUCHI’S opponent in the Global Boxing Union/Universal Boxing Council Intercontinental super-welterweight unification title bout, Pablo Ezequiel Acosta of Argentina, arrived in the country bubbling with confidence yesterday. Acosta will take on the former WBC silver welterweight champion on May 25 at the Harare International Conference Centre. The Argentine, who …

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MUDIMU CHOOSES WARRIORS AHEAD OF CONTRACT TALKS

ZIMBABWE international defender Alec Mudimu has mandated his agents to deal with a possible extension of his deal with Welsh club Cefn Druids while he concentrates on the assignments for his beloved Warriors. Mudimu arrived in Harare for the Warriors’ camp, which began in the capital yesterday, ahead of their …

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Bosso woes continue

Struggling Highlanders’ season went from bad to worse after they were held by Herentals at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday to stretch their winless run to eight games. Bosso once again dominated the match, but as they have done since the start of the season, failed to convert the numerous chances they …

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Fifa pledges to build stadium in Chimanimani

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 …

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