Sports

City Storm Into Volleyball Quarter-Finals

By Veronica Gwaze Lilongwe — HARARE CITY volleyball men’s and women’s teams have qualified for the quarter-finals of the ongoing Zone VI Games here. The Harare City men’s team sailed through after beating Malawian Thunders 3-0 in their last group stage encounter yesterday. The women’s side qualified in second-place in …

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Zulu Tipped to Scale Greater Heights

By Collin Matiza Germany — BASED Zimbabwean footballer, Martin Zulu, has been tipped to go places if he gets proper help to reach his full potential. Zulu, who turns 20 next month, is on the books of German lower division side FC Bayern Alzenau which he joined in July this …

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All set for Ngezi awards

By Tadious Manyepo NEUTRALS feel the duo of Ngezi Platinum captain Frank Makarati and Donald Teguru should have bulldozed their way onto the Soccer Stars of the Year calendar. Instead, the pair will tonight battle for the club’s Player of the Year Award when the miners reward their best performers …

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Rahman, Mutasa in Relegation Puzzle

By Grace Chingoma IS this the biggest fall in African football in the last six months? In June this year, Rahman Gumbo and Lloyd Mutasa were plotting how to stop Mohamed Salah at the AFCON finals in Cairo. The duo was part of Sunday Chidzambwa’s backroom staff with Gumbo the …

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Chitembwe defends Harare City move

BY MUNYARADZI MADZOKERE Former Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe says he has no regrets about leaving the Harare giants, then leading the race for the league title to join relegation-threatened Harare City in August. Chitembwe rescued Harare City from the jaws of relegation on the league’s final day of the …

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Druid, Warrior, Sheriff: Can Alec Mudimu succeed in Tiraspol?

sport reporter Tiraspol — Alec Mudimu was an unconventional player in an unconventional league. The powerful Zimbabwe native began his youth football with Sheffield Wednesday before dipping into the depths of English non-league, turning out for the likes of Northwich Victoria and Stalybridge Celtic. Better things were on the horizon; …

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Zifa dangles carrot for Warriors coach

BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA ZIFA is planning to dangle a carrot to the new Warriors coach with reports suggesting there are plans to design a payment system which will see the coach being paid a percentage of the qualification bonus in addition to his monthly salary. The idea, according to informed …

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Zifagate scandal

BY HENRY MHARA FRESH details have emerged of how former Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa allegedly milked thousands of dollars from the broke association through leasing the Zifa Village to his company Hansporte Investments. Information at hand shows that the local footballing body was paying him money for accommodation every time …

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Cheetahs included in new Sevens Challenger Series

BY DANIEL NHAKANISO ZIMBABWE has been named among the 16 countries taking part in the new international rugby sevens competition, the World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series, which gets underway next year. The new series, which is a rung below the top tier HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, will kick-off in …

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