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Sunshine Boys to Fix Strike Force

Harare City assistant coach Mark Mathe says the Sunshine Boys are investing most of their resources towards improving their strike force which they believe was their major undoing last season. Mathe is taking charge of the pre-season training at Heritage School this week as the Premiership football club’s coach Mark …

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FC Platinum Down, Out

FC PLATINUM could have played this CAF Champions League group stage match for an additional 90 minutes and still fail to find a way to score. Once again, the Zimbabwean champions flattered to deceive as they knocked the ball around with panache, but terribly fell short in the attacking third. …

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Khama Feels the Heat As He Struggles to Justify Buzz

The clock had barely touched 6am yesterday, on a gloomy rainy morning here, but the intensity of the raging debate was providing a sparkle of heat in the lobby of the plush Sandton Sun Hotel. After a night, in which the majority of the residents of South Africa’s biggest city …

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CHIDZAMBWA’S FOREIGN BRIGADE HEADACHE

Mukudzei Chingwere Sports ReporterWARRIORS coach Sunday Chidzambwa will have to find a winning formula with the troops that he has been using up to this stage after it emerged that no new players will be available for the AFCON qualifier against Congo in Harare. The Warriors need to avoid defeat …

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Dynamos to unveil squad next week

Tadious Manyepo Sports ReporterTHE Dynamos executive will not put coach Lloyd Chigowe under immense pressure to deliver silverware in his first full season although they believe he can take the team back to the Champions League. Chigowe has been given the room to recruit his players as he embarks on …

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Darikwa shows love

Rashiwe Murisa Sports ReporterWARRIORS international defender Tendayi Darikwa might not have been born in this country, but he has never hidden his love for his fatherland. And, on Tuesday, the Nottingham Forest defender continued with that romance donating an assortment of footballs to underprivileged children in Kotwa in Mashonaland East. …

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Masakadza hits century

ONLY a magnificent century from Hamilton Masakadza saved Logan Cup champions Mountaineers from an embarrassing day in their match against the bottom team, Tuskers, at Harare Sports Club yesterday. The Bulawayo side played with spirit, while the champions, perhaps, had for the most part run out of adrenaline in their …

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Zim, Romania tie in April

Ellina Mhlanga Sports ReporterTENNIS Zimbabwe manager Cliff Nhokwara says it’s down to business for the Europe/Africa Group II tie against Romania after the European country decided to have the encounter staged in April. The host nations had to decide whether to have the ties in April or September and had …

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How Man U have fallen

LONDON. — Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first two months as caretaker manager have rekindled memories of Manchester United’s glorious past but the defeat against Paris Saint-Germain shows the tough path back to the top of European football. Barring an incredible comeback in the French capital in three weeks’ time, United will …

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