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SUNDOWNS TO GIVE MAHACHI SECOND CHANCE

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Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane is keen to give Zimbabwean international Kuda Mahachi a second chance at the club according to reports. Mahachi failed to really spark after being signed from Chicken Inn and struggled with game time at the club. Mahachi was eventually allowed to move to Golden Arrows where he rediscovered his form and was a key ...

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DYNAMOS ARE BACK

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DYNAMOS . . . . . . . . . . . (0) 2 BORDER STRIKERS . . . . . .0 Remember Dynamos flirting with the relegation zone two months ago, frustrating their army of fans into violence at times with one poor performance after another? Well, they are back in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League championship matrix, ...

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THE INSPIRATION BEHIND KANGWA’S MAGIC

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THE excitement of having his wife and son by his side is the secret behind Bruce Kangwa’s sparkling form. It’s just amazing,” says the Highlanders utility man, the Premiership’s leading goal marksman with six goals. Kangwa, thrust into a midfield role from left-back by Dutch mentor Erol Akbay, has been the star of Bosso’s storming start to the season. By ...

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CHITEMBWE MULLS QUITTING

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FC Platinum. . . 0 Caps United. . . 0 CAPS UNITED coach Lloyd Chitembwe yesterday hinted that he was considering walking out on the club amid growing pressure from a section of fans who believe that he is not good enough to lead the Green Machine. Despite their team being firmly perched among the leading pack in the 2016 ...

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MUTASA HAS WISDOM

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DYNAMOS have made a huge step in their bid to prise away midfielder Wisdom Mutasa from ZPC Kariba as they seek to bolster their attacking department ahead of the second round of the Premier Soccer League campaign. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA – NEWSDAY The Zimbabwe Under-23 captain is reportedly unhappy at ZPC Kariba and is pushing to play under his father ...

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MIGHTY WARRIORS SUFFER FRIENDLY BLOW

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MIGHTY Warriors’ preparations for the Rio Olympic Games have hit yet another snag following the cancellation of the team’s proposed preparatory match against Sweden, raising fears that they will plunge into the Games ill-prepared. BY HENRY MHARA -NEWSDAY The Shadreck Mlauzi-coached team only grouped for camp at Bindura University last Tuesday when other qualified teams were already in the twilight ...

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‘CHICKEN INN NO EASY MEAL’

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Castle Lager Premier Soccer League championship aspirants FC Platinum will seek to avoid the Chicken Inn pitfall when the two clash in a league match at Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon. BY FORTUNE MBELE Norman Mapeza’s platinum miners can ascend to the top of the log if they win this afternoon, but a Chicken Inn win over Highlanders on Sunday might ...

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PSL MAKES CHANGES TO SOCCER STARS OF THE YEAR SELECTION CRITERIA

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The Premier Soccer League has announced some changes to the regulations for the Soccer Star of the Year selection. The PSL awards are held towards the end of the each league season with 11 Soccer Stars of the Year chosen. The Soccer Star of the Year is chosen from among the 11 together with two runners up. The stars are ...

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CAPS FANS BAY FOR CHITEMBWE’S BLOOD

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CAPS UNITED…(1)1 HWANGE……..(0)1 CAPS United surrendered a first half lead to share points with visiting Hwange in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at Rufaro Stadium yesterday, a result met with disapproval by a section of the team’s fans, who demanded coach Lloyd Chitembwe’s resignation after the match. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA – NEWSDAY There was chaos outside the main VIP entrance ...

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BULAWAYO TEEN’S WORLD CUP DREAM LIVES ON

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Former Christian Brothers College schoolboy, Bulawayo-born Kieron Watson dreams of being the first Zimbabwean referee to handle matches at the Fifa World Cup. By Paul Mundandi, Sunday News Correspondent Watson was recently in the United States where he took up refereeing from November until February. “I was in America and I am very excited by the chance they gave me ...

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