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Dynamos gets it right

DYNAMOS left it very late to snatch a victory against a resolute Hwange at the Colliery Stadium yesterday to record their first win of the campaign, a victory that will release pressure on coach Lloyd Mutasa.

Elisha Muroiwa (right) pens his new contract for Tanzanian club Singida United, along with a club official, after getting his signing-on fees of $20 000 in cash [on the table]

Rich pickings for Dynamos stars

DYNAMOS star centre-back Elisha Muroiwa will be earning a mega salary of around $6 000 per month at his new Tanzanian top-flight league side Singinda United, it has emerged.

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Lock up hooligans – PSL

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has called on law enforcement agents to come down heavily on hooligans if violence at football matches is to be eradicated.

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Mutasa tests ‘boozing’ stars

Dynamos coach, Lloyd Mutasa yesterday put his boozing stars under rigorous tests, as he prepares the team for the Harare City challenge at the weekend.

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Pictures:Dynamos vs How Mine

RONALD “Rooney” Chitiyo decided a tough contest with a fabulous goal in referee’s optional time as Dynamos saw off How Mine

Dynamos players celebrate Washington Pakamisa's goal

Dynamos date Tsholotsho

THE very first time Tsholotsho were at Rufaro Stadium, they caused quite a stir as they shocked Harare City in the opening match of their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League life.

Dynamos players celebrate Washington Pakamisa's goal

Dynamos mine 3 points in Byo

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.

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Cash crunch bites Zim football

THE prevailing harsh economic conditions have impacted negatively on the smooth running of Premier Soccer League clubs with newcomers Dongo Sawmill and Harare giants Caps United facing serious viability challenges as attendance figures plunge to an all- time low.

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Dynamos seek to bounce back to winning ways

DYNAMOS welcome back Sydney Linyama into the squad as the defending Premier Soccer League champions seek to bounce back from their humiliating defeat at the weekend with a trip to Lloyd Mutasa’s Whawha at Ascot Stadium this afternoon.

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