ESTEEMED followers of the game of football, thank you for finding time for interaction. Wisdom Mutasa, the son of Dynamos coach Lloyd “Samaita” Mutasa, has come to another crossroads in his career; whose potential once promised loads but has been intermittently botched.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter Newly formed Mutare-based football outfit – Manica Diamonds – will start signing contract agreements with preferred players today (Friday) after an overwhelming turnout of more than 230 players during their trails where a galaxy of former Premiership stars also came in their numbers to try their luck.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter Mutare City Rovers began their preparations this week without five of their key players who opted to play for Manica Diamonds FC in Division One instead of Premiership football with the financially hamstrung municipality owned outfit.
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent ZIFA Eastern Region has arranged an induction course for the recently promoted Division One teams to be held at Sakubva Stadium in two weeks time.
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent MOUNTAINEERS’ Indian batsman Mohammad Eqlakh was deported back to India last Saturday after overstaying his visa and working without a work permit in Zimbabwe. Eqlakh was issued with a visitors’ visa upon his arrival in Zimbabwe and was not supposed to play until he had his papers ready.
Liberty Dube and Nyore Madzianike Post Reporters NYANGA Country Club was a hive of activity last Sunday as scores of people – from all walks of life – gathered for this year’s edition of the Nyanga is Supa Sports Tournament which saw teams from Nyanga North and South battling for supremacy.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter JUST like any other year, 2017 had its ups and downs, failures and success stories. As the year comes to an end on Sunday, Post Sport chose to extol our sporting heroes at national and provincial stage as we reflect on some of the team as well as individual achievements […]
Luthando Mapepa Sports Correspondent THE usually sleepy Mutema area was turned into hive of activity last weekend as hundreds of soccer lovers braved the rain to witness the sixth edition of Marwa tournament where a total of 24 soccer teams battled for supremacy.