Senior Sports Reporter ZIFA president, Philip Chiyangwa, remains confident that he will soon leave domestic football management as he aims at securing a place in the administration of the game at a global stage within the world soccer governing body, Fifa.
DID your Premier League team live up to expectations at the weekend? We’ve asked former England defender and Sky Sports Now guest Stuart Pearce to give each side a grade based on their 90-minute performance over the weekend.
Fungayi Munyoro : Sports Correspondent YOUNG Mutare kickboxing star, Knowledge Nyamhoka (Junior)(pictured) will tomorrow (Saturday) represent Manicaland at the Final Chapter Kick-Boxing Tournament set for Mbare, Harare.
On the point with : Aubrey Kamba AS a cricketer and a baseball player, I always enjoyed the task of fielding. This to me was one of my shinning moments and I liked playing the outfield because I used to fancy myself as a person who has a good strong hand.
Fungayi Munyoro : Sports Correspondent TEAM Manicaland scooped 10 medals at the just-ended Commissioner General Annual Sports Gala held at Morris Depot in Harare last week.
Fungayi Munyoro : Sports Correspondent TEAMS from Chipinge South’s Checheche Growth Point are now partaking in the Masvingo Division Two B League after Zifa Manicaland administration failed to form the Checheche- Chipinge Manicaland Division Two which was meant for southern parts of Manicaland.
Chelsea should move on from long-serving captain John Terry and give youth a chance, according to former defender Frank Leboeuf.
Ray Bande : Senior Sports Reporter FORMER Dynamos and Motor Action defence lynchpin, Lovemore ‘Thula’ Mapuya lost his sibling, but still found reason in answering the call to serve the province in the just-ended Zimbabwe National Youth Games in Chinhoyi.
Ray Bande : Senior Sports Reporter AN ambitious project meant to ultimately bring top-flight football to the farming town of Chipinge by the end of 2018 is underway and kicks off with the holding of a potentially exciting Chipinge Community Cup on October 1.