Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter MOST of the country’s leading long distance runners are expected to descend on Mutare when one of the country’s prestigious long distance races – the Tanganda Tea Half Marathon – gets underway on Sunday at Mutare Sports Club.
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent NEWLY formed ZIFA Eastern Region Division One cash-rich outfit Manica Diamonds FC are tipped to win the premiership ticket this season after they raided the transfer market to capture big name players on the domestic soccer scene.
It took precisely three minutes and 30 seconds for Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty to hit the back of the net against Spain, and just three minutes and 58 seconds for his header to do the same against Morocco five days later. If he is slowing down with age it isn’t at all obvious.
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent BUHERA district says it has put in place all that is needed for the Copa Coca-Cola boys Under-15 boys and girls football tournament provincial finals pencilled for 27-28 June at Mamunyadza Secondary School.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter MUTARE City Rovers might have been a bad example to standards of football in Manicaland judging by their position on the current log table, but their overall performance on the field of play is not way off the mark and their only weakness – just like the Spanish giants Athletico […]
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent FORMER Dynamos captain and Warriors midfielder Justice ‘Chief’ Majabvi has given his views on the poor performance by the club.
Throughout their careers, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have battled for superiority, and this month both will compete at their fourth World Cup finals.
“. . . Our intellect won’t be insulted,” a man says in public, you can imagine, writing to the Editor accusing the Education columnist of The Manica Post of getting rusty due to old age. He adds, “He (The columnist) must update his experience knowledge to match current trends . . . ” Is English […]
FORGET that the Warriors did not manage to score a goal in regulation time of their first two matches but still prevailed.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter MUTARE City Rovers’ caretaker coach Ndega Matsika, who opened his account with an impressive demolition of Caps United away in the capital, is expecting his lads to continue with their giant killing instincts when they face struggling Dynamos at Vengere Stadium in Rusape on Sunday. The match starts at 3pm. The […]