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Warriors trip in danger

Warriors trip in danger

The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) director-general Charles Nhemachena yesterday told Parliament that they still do not have the resources to fulfill the African Championships (Chan) preliminary round, second leg match against Comoros tomorrow.

Amini saves Yogi

Amini saves Yogi

With Dynamos leading 3-2 after Qadr Amini had given coach David Mandigora some breathing space in the 73rd minute, Highlanders rightback Webster Chingodza flighted a long throw into the box that was headed down by Obadiah Tarumbwa onto the path of Edwin Muzanenhamo.

Depleted Highlanders face Whawha

Depleted Highlanders face Whawha

HIGHLANDERS will be without eight of their key players when they face Whawha in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

Warriors off to slow start

Warriors off to slow start

THE Warriors got off to a slow start in their preparations for the Cosafa Cup football tournament starting in South Africa this weekend after holding their first training session at Rufaro Stadium in the afternoon with just a handful of players.

Antipas cautious ahead of Dynamos clash

Antipas cautious ahead of Dynamos clash

CHICKEN Inn coach Joey Antipas says beating Dynamos on Sunday will be a psychological boost for his charges as they make the trip to Harare for a top-of-the-table clash against the defending champions in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) match at Rufaro Stadium.

Are We Missing Something on #1980sofarsogood?

Are We Missing Something on #1980sofarsogood?

At this time of the year, our hearts are supposed to be melting, eyes twinkling and faces glowing incessantly with triumphant tribute to our 35-year-old liberation from Rhodesian racist and discriminatory rule.

Disability tourney kicks off

Disability tourney kicks off

A soccer tournament for the hard of hearing set to kick off at Rufaro Stadium in Harare tomorrow.

Dynamos ‘flee’ rowdy Rufaro fans

Dynamos ‘flee’ rowdy Rufaro fans

DYNAMOS say their move to abandon Rufaro Stadium, their traditional home ground and switch to the National Sports Stadium (NSS) is because of the upsurge of hooliganism which continues to strain their budget.

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