A HIGHLANDERS Football Club supporter was on Saturday stabbed to death by suspected Dynamos Football Club fans soon after the two teams clashed in a tense match at Barbourfields Stadium.
HIGHLANDERS are likely to face sanctions from the Premier Soccer League (PSL) after a section of their fans turned unruly during and after the match against Dynamos at Barbourfields on Sunday.
BARBOURFIELDS Stadium in Bulawayo on Saturday resembled a war zone after Highlanders Football Club and Dynamos Football Club supporters engaged in running battles after the two teams clashed in a Premier Soccer League (PSL) match.
Eight years ago in July, Highlanders beat Dynamos home and away with 1-0 and 2-0 scorelines and since then they have struggled to win against the defending champions.
A CROSS SECTION of Highlanders fans have expressed mixed feelings over the Bulawayo giants’ failure to beat perennial enemies Dynamos since 2006, following Bosso’s 0-1 defeat to the defending league champions at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.
AS REFEREE Brighton Chimene blew to end the match at the National Sports Stadium yesterday, Highlanders players trudged off the field shoulders slumped, and faces full of frustration.
HIGHLANDERS head coach Kelvin Kaindu says reading too much into history will make his charges lose focus and put them under unnecessary pressure as the Bulawayo giants seek to break the seven-year-old league jinx against perennial nemesis Dynamos in a
WITH four defeats in the past 11 matches of the 2014 campaign, some wise men have labelled the performance by champions Dynamos as “the end of an era”.
FORMER Highlanders captain Dazzy Kapenya says jinxes should be broken and current players at the Bulawayo giants should have the zeal to achieve that feat when Bosso clashes with Dynamos in a league match at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.
HIGHLANDERS head coach Kelvin Kaindu has a lot of homework to do following Bosso’s 0-2 defeat by Dynamos in the final of the Bob 90 Super Cup at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.