SUNDAY Chidzambwa yesterday named what appears a very strong Warriors squad to play at the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) tournament, which kicks off in North West Province, South Africa, at the weekend.
Highlanders could have an unlikely escape route, in their appeal against a fine and the awarding of their abandoned match against Dynamos to the Harare team, after it emerged that Zifa do not have a properly constituted appeals committee. (more…)
WARRIORS forward, Khama Billiat will, after all, join his national football team mates in camp today, after his South African club Mamelodi Sundowns gave in to pressure and released the player for national duty. (more…)
WARRIORS interim coach Norman Mapeza, appears to doubt Burnley defender, Tendai Darikwa, whom he has not called for camp, despite the England-based player saying he was available for the team preparing for the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Liberia in Harare next weekend.
CAPS United assistant coach Fungai Kwashi claims today’s Caf Champions League Group B match against Al Ahli Tripoli is the most important game in their continental football campaign and they will have to win it at all costs.
HIGHLANDERS head coach, Erol Akbay has apologised for the comments that he made about referee, Brighton Chimene after their abandoned Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against FC Platinum, but still maintains that the penalty call, which triggered fracas at Mandava Stadium on Sunday was a wrong decision.