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Wishing Madinda a speedy recovery

I WAS so happy to see Madinda Ndlovu back home after his sudden illness in Botswana. We pray and hope that Madinda recovers and we still need him to carry on and pass his knowledge of football to our youth. He was brave enough to dissolve ageing players at Highlanders and introduce his three-year-plan but did not finish it due ...

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Zimbabwe National Football Team (The Warriors)

National Zimbabwe’s football team, The Warriors, represents their country in an international football game and is governed by the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA), also known as the Football Association of Rhodesia. The team has never qualified for the World Cup final but has qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations four times. There are many people who stake on their ...

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Who is the greatest football player in Zimbabwe?

The huge debate over the greatest Zimbabwean football player of all time has been sparked by South African publication Soccer Laduma. A Mamelodi supporter questioned whether Khama Billiot could now claim to be Zimbabwe’s greatest player. With the South African stage being debated, it was heavily influenced by the players he has seen at Super Dickie. People also used to ...

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Madinda discharged from hospital

ZIMBABWE football legend Madinda Ndlovu is set to be discharged from a Botswana hospital today, a Gaborone United official has confirmed. The legendary Ndlovu has been in hospital since early September after collapsing while conducting a training session with the ambitious Botswana capital based side. In an interview with Chronicle Sport, Gaborone United chairman Boitumelo Nsunge said the legend was ...

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Zhuwawo out

Caps United will be without key striker John Zhuwawo, but Dominic Chungwa, who missed their weekend match against Harare City, returns for their must-win Castle Lager Premier Soccer league clash against Triangle. The Green Machine will be hoping to return to the top of the log when they take on Triangle, who themselves have a spring in the step after ...

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Gems get $20 000 each

THE national netball team, the Gems, was yesterday feted with hampers by First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa, while Government also chipped in with a  $20 000 bonus for each player to celebrate their exploits at the recent Vitality Netball World Cup in Liverpool, England. The payout was over and above the team’s allowances and winning bonuses from the tournament. Speaking at ...

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Epic start for Zimbabwe

It was an enticing football galore in the debut match of the seventh women’s Confederation Of Southern African Football Association (COSAFA) tourney being held at the Isaac Walson stadium in Port Elizabeth South Africa, which comprised of Zimbabwe’s Mighty Warriors and Angola’s Wewitschias. The group C match started on a hype with the Mighty Warriors hitting the back of the ...

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Zifa to hire foreign coach

ZIFA are looking to hire a foreign coach to replace Sunday Chidzambga, who resigned as the Warriors coach last week, and have since identified three possible targets that they think are suitable for the top post. An informed source told NewsDay Sport that the association has identified two Europeans and one South African, who is coaching a top league side ...

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PSL results

CAPS United 1-2 Ngezi Platinum Stars Hwange 1-1 TelOne Mushowani Stars 2-2 ZPC Kariba CAPS United stumbled at home against Ngezi Platinum Stars, losing 2-1 in a match played at National Sports Stadium on Sunday. The Green Machine had a slow start to the game and played second fiddle for the larger part of the first half. Ngezi delivered a ...

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Milton Ncube relocates to UK

FORMER Highlanders utility player, Milton Ncube says he is still part of the game despite dumping the local Premiership to join his family in the United Kingdom. Ncube terminated his contract with Harare City last month in order to move to UK with reports indicating that he had quit the game, but he revealed he was very much into football. ...

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