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RUSIKE’S MOVE TO KAIZER CHIEFS DENTED

Evans Rusike

WARRIORS’ striker Evans Rusike’s hope of playing for Kaizer Chiefs next season have been dented after his club Maritzburg United declared they would not sell the player this year.BY HENRY MHARA-NEWSDAY Chiefs reportedly have the striker top of their wish list and the player has also publicly declared his wish to turn out for the Soweto giants. However, reports from ...

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PASUWA’S MISSION IMPOSSIBLE

Cosafa

THE Warriors face off Seychelles in their last Group A match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium tonight, hoping for divine intervention in their bid to qualify for the knockout stages of the Cosafa tournament currently underway in Namibia. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA – NEWSDAY But Kalisto Pasuwa’s men must already be studying flight schedules after a sluggish start to the regional ...

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WASTEFUL WARRIORS

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ZIMBABWE . . . . . . . . . 0 MADAGASCAR . . . . . . 0 Zimbabwe are on the brink of Cosafa Cup elimination, after they were held to a second draw of the tournament by Madagascar in a Group A match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia, last night. BY SPORTS REPORTER Warriors ...

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SRC OKAYS ZIFA DISSOLUTION

Phillip Chiyangwa

Zimbabwe’s supreme sports regulatory body, the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has okayed the dissolution of Zifa and the establishment of the National Football Association of Zimbabwe (Nafaz) as the new football mother body. BY Kevin Mapasure -NEWSDAY The debt-ridden Zifa was dissolved last Saturday a development that led to the birth of the new organisation, also led by Philip ...

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ZIM, SWAZILAND SHARE SPOILS

Cosafa

Zimbabwe …………………….. (0) 2 Swaziland………………………..(1) 2 ZIMBABWE came from a goal down on two occasions to earn a hard fought 2-2 draw against Swaziland in the 2016 Cosafa Castle Cup opener at Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia yesterday. Kaizer Chiefs target Felix Badenhorst scored a brace for Sihlangu Semnikati with Obadiah Tarumbwa and Ronald Pfumbidzai finding the back of ...

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WE ARE GOING TO BRAZIL TO COMPETE : MIGHTY WARRIORS SKIPPER

muzongondi

THE country should use the momentum created by the qualification of the senior women’s national team for the Rio Olympics to improve the standard of women soccer. By Sunday News Online Mighty Warriors captain Felistas Muzongondi feels the nation should not miss the opportunity to build on that great and historic feat to ensure Zimbabwe build a lasting success in ...

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‘ZIFA DEBT NOT MY PROBLEM’

Chiyangwa Phillip

NATIONAL Football Association of Zimbabwe (NAFAZ) president Phillip Chiyangwa has said the former Zifa workers’ plight is not his problem since they participated in plundering the dissolved association’s resources. BY KEVIN MAPASURE-NEWSDAY The debt-ridden football mother body was dissolved on Saturday, which was followed by the birth of a new football supreme body in the country, NAFAZ. Chiyangwa said the ...

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MUKAMBA IS BACK

Denver-mukamba

FORMER Premier Soccer League champions Dynamos are on the verge of a reunion with attacking midfielder Denver Mukamba following his return after the expiry of his contract with Bidvest Wits University of South Africa. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA – NEWSDAY Mukamba, who spent last season on loan at relegated Jomo Cosmos in South Africa, is now a free agent and negotiations ...

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NGOMA’S EGYPT SWITCH’S PUT ON ICE

donald-ngoma

DONALD Ngoma’s dream of turning out for one of Egyptian football giants Al Ahly or Zamalek could have been dented, after his Tanzanian club, Young Africans decided against selling the bustling striker. BY HENRY MHARA – NEWSDAY Reports from Tanzania yesterday suggested that the league champions have shelved initial plans to cash in on the Warriors player, who has attracted ...

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PASUWA URGES WARRIORS TO BRACE FOR TOUGH TOURNAMENT

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WARRIORS coach Callisto Pasuwa has warned his players to brace for a tough ride at the COSAFA tournament in Namibia where Zimbabwe are likely to be the team to beat following a good run of results in international assignments. By Eddie Chikamhi The Zimbabwe national soccer team left for Namibia yesterday with a squad comprising 20 players, most of whom ...

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