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MAPEZA TAKES CHARGE• Coach back in AFCON trenches

Norman Mapeza Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor EXACTLY seven years after Norman Mapeza guided the Warriors in their opening 2012 Nations Cup qualifier against Liberia, life will come full circle for the gaffer when he, once again, takes charge of his country’s first 2019 AFCON qualifying battle against the same West …

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Namibia’s Cosassa Team Arrives in Harare

The Namibian team arrived safely in Harare, Zimbabwe on Tuesday for the Confederation of Southern Africa School Sports Associations (Cosassa) Games. The team, which comprises 47 girls, 58 boys and 10 officials, left Windhoek on Monday by road through Botswana. The games are scheduled to start on Thursday and finish …

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Magaya to take influential role

Prophet Magaya Sports Reporter PROPHET Walter Magaya has revealed he was badly hurt by the way his Premiership club Yadah Stars slumped to their first defeat of the season, at the hands of serial champions Dynamos on Sunday, and he will now take a bigger role in the preparation and …

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Black Rhinos on a roll

Stanford Mutizwa Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter Black Rhinos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 FC Platinum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 BLACK Rhinos coach Stanford “Stix” Mutizwa yesterday said he is seeking …

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CAPS go West African in bolstering squad

Robson Sharuko and Petros Kausiyo THE first of a trio of West African recruits targeted by CAPS United to strengthen the squad that made history by powering them into their first appearance in the group stages of the CAF Champions League — Nigerian striker Abasirim Chidiebere — is expected in …

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Chizuzu off the hook

ZIFA have pardoned Harare City official, Hope Chizuzu, and lifted his suspension from all football activities with immediate effect. The Sunshine Boys’ media official, who is also a local football pundit and a regular panellist on ZTV’s authoritative weekly football magazine show Game Plan on Monday nights, was provisionally suspended …

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Highlanders board imposes CEO’

Nhlanhla Dube Sports Reporter THE Highlanders FC board has reportedly forced the executive to hire Nhlanhla Dube as the club’s substantive chief executive officer without any interviews being conducted despite requesting interested candidates to deposit their CVs in February. According to sources at Bosso, Dube, a former secretary-general of the …

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M’tizwa, Mapeza rue missed chances

Norman Mapeza Eddie Chikamhi, Harare Bureau Black Rhinos 0-0 FC Platinum BLACK Rhinos coach Stanford Stix M’tizwa yesterday said he is seeking to match the trailblazing side that won the championship in their debut season in 1984 after his side put up a gritty shift in a Castle Lager Premiership …

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PSL to introduce POS machines

Mr Kennedy Ndebele Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) will soon introduce point of sale (POS) machines and other cashless payment methods as part of a raft of measures being adopted to counter falling match attendances. As the cash crisis continues to bite and with some …

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Trio impresses in Slovakia

Ricky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter THREE of the six players from Premiership side Bantu Rovers and Southern Region Division One League side Talen Vision have made the grade in Slovakia and the Czech Republic following a three-month trial stint. The striking duo of 18-year-old Leeroy Munyorovi and DR Congo’s Patrick …

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