HIGHLANDERS will not renew Simba Sithole’s contract which expired on June 30 and are replacing him with young Obert Tafira in the mid-season Zifa transfer window period that opened on Wednesday.
LOG Leaders Chicken Inn travel to Caps United expecting to strengthen their position as the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) reaches the halfway stage this weekend.
WHAWHA are confident of running away with city bragging rights when they host Chapungu in a Gweru derby in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Ascot Stadium on Sunday.
PREMIERSHIP newcomers Tsholotsho head coach Lizwe Sweswe is optimistic his charges will register a much-needed victory over Harare giants Caps United when the two teams meet in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter at Barbourfields Stadium on
HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu was clearly a relieved man after Bosso put up a spirited performance to dispatch WhaWha at Barbourfields Stadium in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match after the last week had been engulfed with his future.
SECOND half substitute Newman Sianchali walked away with all the bragging rights as his solitary effort ensured that Hwange stopped Chicken Inn’s winning streak in a league match at the Colliery yesterday.
A SECOND half strike by midfielder Walter Mukanga earned visiting Dynamos victory over How Mine in an uninspiring Castle Lager Premiership football encounter at Barbourfields yesterday as the defending champions made it two wins in a row.
CHICKEN INN yesterday returned to the summit of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League standings and claimed the bragging rights in Bulawayo after putting up a brilliant display to beat city rivals Highlanders in an exciting match at Barbourfields yesterday.
CHICKEN Inn coach Joey Antipas yesterday urged his troops to work hard to maintain their impressive start in the season which has seen them top the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League pile for a couple of weeks before Triangle took over.
DYNAMOS were left licking their wounds again, losing for the second time in a row, as they came second best to Whahwa in a Castle Lager Premiership football match played at Ascot Stadium in Gweru yesterday.