Lloyd Mutasa

Lloyd Mutasa reunited with Rahman Gumbo at TelOne

By Sports Reporter FORMER Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has bounced back to coaching in the topflight Premier Soccer League (PSL) after being named as new assistant coach at relegation threatened TelOne FC. His appointment comes almost a year after being fired by the record Zimbabwe champions. TelOne confirmed in a statement on Tuesday that Mutasa

Erol Akbay (image by soccer24)

Akbay leaves Ngezi, linked with Bosso return

By Sports Reporter DUTCH coach Erol Akbay could be set for a sensational return to Bulawayo giants Highlanders after parting ways with fellow Premier Soccer League side Ngezi Platinum Stars by “mutual consent” on Tuesday. Akbay joined Ngezi Platinum Stars in January this year, replacing Tonderai Ndiraya who had been fired by the Mhondoro-based club

Highlanders goalie Arial Sibanda

Bosso take winless streak to five matches in a row

By Sports Reporter HIGHLANDERS coach Mandla Mpofu faces an uncertain future after the Bulawayo giants took their winless streak to five matches in a row following a goalless draw against Hwange in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at the Colliery on Sunday. The result could cost Mpofu his job after the gaffer, who

Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya

ZPC Kariba hold Dynamos to go top

By Sports Reporter DYNAMOS Saturday missed an opportunity to close the gap between them and the top teams in the Premier Soccer League after being held to a 1-1 draw in an ill-tempered encounter at Nyamhunga Stadium which was almost abandoned due to crowd trouble. Striker Evans Katema gave the Harare side the lead following

FC Platinum beat Mozambique’s UD Songo

By Mbekezeli Ncube FC PLATINUM started life without their long-time coach Norman Mapeza on a positive note, beating Mozambican champions UD Songon 1-0 victory in a CAF Champions League first leg match played at Barbourfields stadium Saturday. A solitary goal by Never Tigere in the first half was enough for the two time Zimbabwean champions

FC Platinum

Sweswe says under no pressure ahead of FC Platinum CAF clash

By Mbekezeli Ncube FC PLATINUM interim coach, Lizwe Sweswe says his charges are not under any pressure ahead of the Zvishavane side’s CAF Champions League first leg clash against UD Songo of Mozambique at Barbourfields stadium this afternoon. Sweswe said this prior to his first game in charge of the Zimbabwean champions following long time

Tonderayi Ndiraya

Dynamos face tough Kariba test

By Sports Reporter RESURGENT Dynamos will be seeking to preserve its impressive 10-match unbeaten run in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League when they face second placed ZPC Kariba in a potentially explosive encounter at Nyamhunga Stadium this Saturday. Dynamos, who are sixth on the log, are currently unbeaten in the league since losing 1-0

Norman Mapeza

Mapeza quits as FC Platinum coach

By Sports Reporter FC PLATINUM’S preparations for their CAF Champions League first round, first leg tie against Mozambique’s UD Songo at Barbourfields Stadium on Saturday have been thrown into turmoil after coach Norman Mapeza resigned from his post at the club on Thursday morning. Widely regarded as one of the finest young coaches in the

Warriors stand-in skipper Alec Mudimu

Alec Mudimu praises Warriors’ persistence

By Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE Warriors stand-in captain Alec Mudimu has cited his side’s discipline and persistence as the key to their victory over Somalia in the second leg of their FIFA 2022 World Cup preliminary round qualifier at the National Sports Stadium on Tuesday. The Warriors survived a huge scare to complete a stunning comeback

Khama Billiat returned to make sure the Warriors progressed to the 2022 World Cup group stage

Late show sends Warriors through

By Sports Reporter  Zimbabwe (0)3 Somalia (0)1 (Warriors progress 3-2 on aggregate) WARRIORS talisman Khama Billiat grabbed an injury time winner that sent Zimbabwe through to the group stages of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers with a late show against stubborn Somalia at the National Sports Stadium. France-based midfielder Marshall Munetsi scored a 75th

2019 Old Mutual Westgate 21km-marathon winner Misheck Sithole flanked by Abel Chibanda (right) who came third and Moses Taratino the first run-up

Old Mutual marathon winner: Zim athletics lack sponsorship

By Leopold Munhende THIS year’s Old Mutual Westgate 21km Marathon winner Misheck Sithole has challenged government and private entities to pour in sponsorship for the development of the sport. Speaking just after clinching the coveted annual race Sunday, Sithole gave credit to Old Mutual for its contribution and detailed how similar investments in the sport

Sikandar Raza

Sikandar Raza omitted from Bangladesh tour squad

By Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) all-rounder Sikandar Raza has been omitted from the national team squad which leaves the country this weekend for Bangladesh ahead of a T20 international triangular series that also involves Afghanistan. The 33 year-old, who is one of the country’s best players in subcontinent conditions, was expected to feature in