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Can DeMbare signings repeat Epoupa magic?

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter WHEN Cameroonian footballer Christian Joel Epoupa arrived at Dynamos two years ago, he received a mixed reception, with some questioning whether he was worth the investment. But the big forward erased all the lingering doubts with superb performances that earned him a place on the …

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Kirsty appalled by deteriorating facilities

Sports Reporter MINISTER of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Kirsty Coventry is deeply concerned with the deterioration of community facilities following a visit to Mabvuku Sports Centre last week. Coventry, who wanted a first-hand appreciation of the state of the facilities and how the athletes in the communities were faring, …

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Esperance bring only 15 players

Mukudzei Chingwere Sports Reporter FC PLATINUM have been presented with a golden opportunity to leave the CAF Champions’ League group stages with a win, after their opponents Esperance of Tunisia, brought a weakened side of only 15 players. The defending champions are already confirmed as group winners ahead of today’s …

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Fifteen years later, Cephas Chimedza still grieves…

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor THE car was still burning when they arrived, their path past the bridge had been blocked by a mass of people who had already gathered at the scene of the accident, and life was slowly being sucked out of the trapped individuals in that fireball …

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Billiat finds his touch at the right time for Warriors

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor KHAMA BILLIAT dismissed questions related to his fitness by not only returning to the Kaizer Chiefs starting line-up in Nelspruit last night but also scoring a superb individual goal for Kaizer Chiefs. The Zimbabwe international forward’s fitness, for the 2019 AFCON qualifier against Congo-Brazzaville next …

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Kamambo Questions CAF Decision

ZIFA president Felton Kamambo has questioned CAF’s decision to switch FC Platinum’s Champions League battle against defending champions Esperance of Tunisia saying it gives an impression there were some third forces at play. The match was switched from Mandava to Barbourfields and the CAF leaders have already turned down an …

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Zim Stadiums Lagging Behind

Local authorities have been challenged to invest in the refurbishment of the stadiums across the country which have continuously failed to meet the minimum requirements of the CAF Club Licensing. ZIFA spokesperson, Xolisani Gwesela, yesterday said Zimbabwe could face a crisis when hosting international games if the situation was not …

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No World Cup panic for India

Virat Kohli has said his team is not panicking about the Cricket World Cup despite India suffering their first one-day series loss at home since 2015 at the hands of a resurgent Australia. Their collapse from 2-0 up to a 3-2 defeat earned his side some harsh criticism in the …

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English teams in dominant form

For the first time in 10 seasons, four teams from one country will compete in the last eight of the Champions League football. Liverpool’s victory over Bayern Munich in the last 16 on Wednesday night means England will now provide 50 percent of the quarter-final teams in Europe’s top club …

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