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Bring on the PSL: Antipas

Sports Reporter CHICKEN Inn coach Joey Antipas is upbeat ahead of the 2019 season tomorrow. The Gamecocks will host ZPC Kariba at Luveve on Saturday. “We have prepared long and hard and we are just about getting there,” said Antipas. “We have been training for days on end but without …

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Warriors’ Fan’s Burial On Today

WARRIORS supporter, Agnes Nyamadzawo, who died in a stampede at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday, will be buried today in Domboshawa. Nyamadzawo (38) left behind her husband and two sons and will be buried this afternoon. Speaking during a memorial service in Harare yesterday, National Soccer Supporters Association patron …

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Semenya hits out at Coe

Caster Semenya’s team has hit out at IAAF boss Sebastian Coe, accusing him of “opening old wounds” as the highly-publicised Court for Arbitration of Sport (CAS) case continues. Coe and the IAAF are trying to pass a change that will see a limit placed on how much natural testosterone a …

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Zim readies for Netball WC

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE netball team coach Lloyd Makunde has named a 24-member provisional squad, retaining most of the players who have been representing the country in the past assignments, as they begin their World Cup preparations. The announcement of the squad comes at a time when there has …

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Ndiraya pleads for more time

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE Under-23 coach Tonderai Ndiraya has pleaded for more time to shape his team after the Young Warriors struggled for cohesion in their AFCON qualifiers against Mozambique. They beat Mozambique 2-0 on aggregate to book a date against South Africa in final qualifying round set for …

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CONGO SKIPPER QUITS AFTER ZIM DEFEAT

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter THE Warriors win over Congo in the AFCON qualifying decider on Sunday has shaken the Red Devils’ camp with their captain, Prince Oniangue, and his deputy Delvin N’Dinga, announcing their retirement from international football. When the Red Devils, who lost 0-2 to the Warriors on …

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2019 PSL Season Kicks Off Amid Stadia Crisis

THE 2019 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) season kicks off on Friday, amidst a looming crisis after only nine stadiums were cleared to host topflight league matches, while others have been condemned and deemed unfit for use by football authorities. An initial inspection of the state of stadiums in …

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WiFi Boys appoint Tapera

CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League newcomers, TelOne have appointed Jairos Tapera as their substantive coach, while moving Joel Lupahla, who helped the WiFi boys gain promotion into the topflight, to the post of technical manager. The Gweru-based side was forced to make changes to their technical team after the local …

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Top athletes for PPC marathon

ZIMBABWE’s top ultra-distance athletes have confirmed participation at this year’s Matopos 33-miler (53km) ultra marathon taking place in Bulawayo on April 6. Last year’s winners Andrew Chimbidzikai (senior men) of Black Rhinos Athletics Club and Mr Pace’s Chiedza Chokore (women) will be at the starting line in the heart of …

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