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ENLAND -BASED PRODIGY GETS WARRIORS CALL-UP

KUNDAI BENYU

Teenage midfielder Kundai Benyu, who has recently been linked with a move to Premier League side Tottenham has been called up to the national side ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier against Liberia at the National Sports Stadium on June 11. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO The England-based 19-year-old skillful playmaker, whose contract with English Football League (EFL) ...

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VITESSE BOSS FEARS LOSING NAKAMBA

Marvelous Nakamba

VITESSE Arnhem’s technical director Mo Allach has admitted his club could lose some of its top performers from last season’s campaign, including Zimbabwe international midfielder Marvelous Nakamba amid growing interest from several clubs in Europe. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO Nakamba was voted the Dutch club’s second best player in the just-ended season after amassing 35% of the votes from the club’s ...

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CHITEMBWE HAILS SPECIAL PERFOMANCE

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CAPS United produced a breathtaking performance to shock visiting USM Alger in a Caf Champions League Group B football match at the National Sports Stadium yesterday, a victory that breathed life into the Green Machine’s campaign. BY HENRY MHARA  CAPS UNITED (Zim) . . . .(1) 2 USM ALGER (Algeria) . . .(0) 1 Little Ronald “Rooney” Chitiyo was the ...

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HARARE CITY HIRE BEEFY

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HARARE City Football Club have appointed Philani “Beefy” Ncube as their new coach, replacing Mike Madzivanyika, who could be demoted to the assistant coach role. BY HENRY MHARA The City Fathers have had a difficult start to the Premier Soccer League season, where they have won just once and lost four in nine matches, a situation which has forced the ...

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BAD DAY FOR ZIM FOOTBALL

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  IT was shaping to be one of the most exciting Castle Lager Premier Soccer League clashes of the season, but the Highlanders, Dynamos clash was abandoned prematurely following crowd trouble in the first half at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday. BY FORTUNE MBELE Highlanders . . . . . . 1 Dynamos . . . . . . . . 1 ...

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STAGGERING SALARIES OF ZLATAN AND POGBA ‘REVEALED’

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the Premier League’s highest paid player and earns more than DOUBLE what Paul Pogba does, according to a new book. By Ciaran Kelly | Manchester Evening News | The 35-year-old joined the Reds on a free transfer from PSG in June and went on to score 28 goals for Jose Mourinho’s side before suffering a serious knee injury last ...

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ZAMALEK WARY OF CAPS

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EGYPTIAN football giants Zamalek are expecting a tough match against Zimbabwean champions Caps United when the two sides clash in an African Champions League Group B match in Alexandria on Friday night. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA The match kicks off at 9pm local time. Zamalek managing director Khalid Jalal was quoted stressing that the match against Caps would be a tough ...

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SIBANDA REVELS IN HIS 7 STRIKES

bUKHOSI SIBANDA

BANTU ROVERS captain Bukhosi Sibanda, who scored a hat-trick in the 7-2 demolition of Yadah FC on Sunday taking his tally to seven goals in seven games, has shot to the top goalscorers’ chart in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League. BY FORTUNE MBELE It took last year’s Golden Boot winner Leonard Tsipa 21 matches to score seven goals, but ...

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CHIYANGWA LANDS TOP CAF POST

Chiyangwa Phillip

Zifa and Cosafa president Philip Chiyangwa’s rise in football administration has continued after his appointment as vice-president of the Caf Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Committee yesterday. BY Kevin Mapasure The committee is headed by Nigeria’s Football Association president Amaju Pinnick. Chiyangwa was appointed at the Caf Executive Committee meeting in Bahrain yesterday. The administrator broke the news yesterday afternoon, ...

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WHO SAID MONEY IS A PROBLEM AT THE GREEN MACHINE?

Loyd Chitembwe

Yes, they have been battling money problems, but Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League champions Caps United will spend US$60 000 on just their Caf Champions League trip to Egypt. By Langton Nyakwenda  However, Makepekepe could be going across Africa without veteran striker Leonard Tsipa whose Caf license is yet to be processed. Caps United leave on Wednesday via Ethiopia, and are ...

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