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Tuchel hits out at Neymar

Thomas Tuchel on Monday blasted Neymar for hitting a fan who insulted Paris Saint-Germain players as they filed up to collect their French Cup football losers’ medals. A 28-year-old delivery driver from Nantes had been filming the PSG players and making less than flattering comments about them when a simmering …

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Rich pickings for AB de Villiers

South African cricket great AB de Villiers will pocket in the region of R3,5 million (A$350 000) when he joins the Big Bash League in Australia later this year. According to a report on Cricinfo, the Sydney Sixers are in pole position in the race for De Villiers’ signature. The …

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Seminar for Div 2 teams

Takudzwa Chitsiga Sports Reporter ZIFA Harare Province Football League will this month hold a seminar aimed at appraising lower division teams on the FIFA/CAF Club Licensing requirements, among several other issues. The seminar, is meant for club secretaries, and administrators, who will be expected to u nderstand the ZIFA rules …

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Zim go for experience

ZIMBABWE Cricket have named an experienced side for the ICC Women’s Qualifier Africa 2019 that gets underway in Harare this Sunday. Led by captain Mary-Anne Musonda, the squad of 14 also includes her predecessor Chipo Tiripano as well as the veteran Precious Marange. Another ex-skipper, Sharne Mayers, who missed Zimbabwe’s …

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Unrest at Arsenal

Unai Emery is facing growing discontent within his Arsenal squad with the players said to be increasingly confused by the Spaniard’s team selections and tactics. Leicester consigned the Gunners to their third consecutive defeat with a comprehensive 3-0 win at the King Power Stadium on Sunday. Those defeats have left …

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Good start delights Dhlakama

Mukudzei Chingwere Sports Reporter CHAPUNGU coach Rodwell Dhlakama says there is every reason to start dreaming big following a good start to this season’s marathon. The Air Force of Zimbabwe side have exceeded expectations with two wins and a draw in their opening four league games this year. The wins …

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De Gea needs a holiday, says Wright

Ian Wright has urged Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to take goalkeeper David De Gea “out of the firing line” while his contract negotiations drag on. The Spaniard has been guilty of three errors in his last four matches which have resulted in goals, including spilling Antonio Rudiger’s shot …

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Reds ready for Barca test

Neither Trent Alexander-Arnold nor Andrew Robertson have Lionel Messi’s star power, but the buccaneering Liverpool defenders could play just as vital a role as the Barcelona captain in their mouthwatering Champions League football semi-final. Virgil van Dijk has hogged the spotlight among Liverpool’s defenders with a superb campaign that earned …

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Sanchez fires warning shots

Luis Suarez insists he will show no mercy if he gets the chance to dump former club Liverpool out of the Champions League football. But he believes that whatever fate awaits the Reds against his Barcelona, the glory days are definitely returning to Anfield. Suarez (31) spent four years on …

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World Rugby commend ZRU

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor WORLD Rugby have paid tribute to the Zimbabwe Rugby Union for taking giant strides to liquidate a debilitating debt that was threatening to paralyse operations at the association. In what should rank as a major show of confidence on the thrust taken by the current …

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