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Relegation battles intensifies

3 November 2017 THE battle to survive relegation from the Castle Lager Premiership continues this weekend with at least nine teams still not yet safe.

Mhofu's plea to players

27 October 2017 ZPC KARIBA coach Sunday Chidzambwa has challenged his charges to stay focused in the remaining five matches of the Castle Lager Premiership.

Shabanie want more

13 October 2017 SHABANIE Mine are playing for much more than three points when they host title-chasing Chicken Inn in a Castle Lager Premiership match at Maglas Stadium today.

Makore over the moon

2 October 2017 MIGHTY Warriors striker Rutendo "Madzimai" Makore has expressed delight after clinching the Golden Boot at the just-ended Cosafa Women's Championships in Bulawayo.

Zim's own Aubameyang

4 August 2017 SPOTTING a loud mohawk hairstyle, you can easily mistake Talbott Mthombeni for Gabon captain and Borrusia Dortmund football ace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

City look up to Samanja

31 July 2017 HARARE City coach Philani Ncube has praised Tendai Samanja for the progress he has made under his guidance so far and expects the midfielder to play a leading role when they face CAPS United in a Castle Lager Premiership match on Sunday at the National Sports Stadium.

Jeyman happy to be back

21 July 2017 FORMER Black Aces midfielder Francis "Gazza" Jeyman says he will forever be grateful to Aces Youth Soccer Academy (AYSA) for affording him an opportunity to launch a coaching career.

'We'll uphold Edzai's legacy'

3 July 2017 A NUMBER of ex-footballers have pledged to continue with soccer development programmes that were initiated by the late Warriors' winger Edzai Kasinauyo.

Warriors out to shine

23 June 2017 AFTER the Warriors' failure in the last two editions of the Cosafa Castle Cup, Zimbabwe is hoping to go a step further this year.

Nakamba in fitness battle

5 June 2017 WARRIORS star midfielder Marvelous Nakamba has been handed a discrete fitness training programme by interim coach Norman Mapeza after the Vitesse Arnhem player showed signs of tiredness when joining camp.

Mapeza pleased by Galatasaray reunion

28 May 2017 FC PLATINUM and Warriors interim coach Norman Mapeza says he is really honoured to be recognised among the best players to ever wear the shirt of Turkish giants Galatasaray.

Match-fixing law on the cards

12 May 2017 ZIMBABWE will soon enact a law against match-fixing in local sport in order to stem the scourge that at one time threatened to destroy the country's football.

Poor form worries Madzivanyika

5 May 2017 AFTER five Castle Lager Premiership matches without a win, Harare City coach Mike Madzivanyika is concerned by his side's poor start in the 2017 season.

Mangwiro puts on brave face

28 April 2017 THERE is no panic at Triangle despite the side failing to win a single of their opening five matches to date in the 2017 Castle Lager Premiership coach Taurai Mangwiro has insisted.

Chaos rocks Mutare City

25 April 2017 FORMER Castle Lager Premiership side Mutare City Rovers bid for a quick return to the top flight were dealt a huge blow following the sacking of newly-appointed coaches Masimba Dinyero and Peter Masibhera.

Yadah target ZPC Kariba

10 April 2017 YADAH FC are hoping to build on their positive start to life in the top flight league when they host ZPC Kariba in a Castle Premiership match at the National Sports Stadium this afternoon.

Let the games begin

1 April 2017 MEMORIES of CAPS United lifting the 2016 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) trophy at Ascot Stadium right on the last day of the season still linger on like yesterday.

Blow for Bosso

26 March 2017 HIGHLANDERS new signings Manuel Esono Obiang Buale from Equatorial Guinea and Tambwe Kalunga of DR Congo will have to wait a little longer before they can make their debuts.

Ngezi out to overturn deficit

19 March 2017 NGEZI Platinum Stars coach Tonderai Ndiraya has revealed his charges are ready to overturn the deficit and progress to the final round when they face Angolan side CRD Libolo in the first round second leg tie at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.

Cremer's words come to pass

24 February 2017 WHEN the Zimbabwe cricket team trailed Afghanistan 0-2 in the five-match ODI series it seemed far-fetched an assessment of the visitors' point of weakness by the captain Graeme Cremer on the eve of the competition.

Chitiyo rallies CAPS Utd

13 February 2017 CAPS United new boy Ronald Chitiyo is expecting a tough match when the Green Machine clash against Lioli FC of Lesotho in the Caf African Champions League first round first leg at Setsoto Stadium tomorrow.

Warriors, Zifa in impasse

6 February 2017 SPORTS minister Makhosini Hlongwane spilled the beans on the boycott threats by the Warriors during their failed 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) campaign in Gabon.

'We lacked experience'

27 January 2017 WARRIORS striker Knowledge Musona lamented the team's lack of experience after they were knocked out of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in the group stages.

DeMbare hunt for new coach

20 January 2017 AFTER a difficult 2016 season, Harare giants Dynamos have resolved to strengthen their technical bench by hiring a new coach as they bid to build a strong team capable of challenging for trophies in the 2017 season, the Weekend Post has learnt.

Pasuwa tips Warriors

7 January 2017 WARRIORS coach Kalisto Pasuwa is hoping his charges will overcome their underdog tag and is aiming to reach at least the quarterfinals of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) tournament to be held in Gabon next week.

Mutare in mourning

2 January 2017 THE year 2016 was a bleak one for football lovers domiciled in Zimbabwe's third largest city after its sole representative in the Premier Soccer League, Mutare City Rovers was relegated.

Soccer Stars' big night

2 December 2016 THE 2016 Castle Lager Soccer Star of the Year will be inducted into the elite club at a ceremony to be held in the capital tonight and be immortalised alongside the greats of the local game.

Mighty Warriors ready

18 November 2016 MIGHTY Warriors assistant coach Sithethelelwe "Kwinji 15" Sibanda believes they are in a good shape to do well at the Africa Women's Cup of Nations (Awcon) finals which kick off in Cameroon tomorrow.

'We'll shock many'

15 November 2016 MIGHTY Warriors assistant coach Johannes Chikaola insists they will have no excuses when they embark on their Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON ) journey scheduled for Cameroon later this month saying "they are an ambitious group eager to do the nation proud".

'We can do it'

4 November 2016 MIGHTY Warriors captain Felistus "Figo" Muzongondi says they quickly need to put their challenges behind and start focusing on their upcoming Africa Women Cup of Nations (Awcon)scheduled for Cameroon later this month.

Warriors' tough Gabon road

24 October 2016 THE Warriors will have to be at their best to make an impression at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Gabon after they were drawn in a difficult Group B on Wednesday night.

Big blow for Bosso

18 October 2016 CASTLE Lager Premiership giants Highlanders will have to play their next home game in an empty stadium after they were penalised for their fans' violent behaviour.

Zifa gets strict on coaches

10 October 2016 IN A BID to implement strict standardisation for local football coaching Zifa has lined up coaching courses programme for the remainder of the year and early next year which caters for both those in need of Caf and local badges.

Ndiraya warns charges

30 September 2016 NGEZI Platinum Stars coach Tonderai Ndiraya has warned his charges against underrating struggling Tsholotsho when the two teams clash in the Chibuku Super Cup quarterfinals tomorrow at Baobab Stadium.

Is Mutasa to blame?

23 September 2016 SPECULATION about Lloyd Mutasa's future at Dynamos has dominated the news in the past week.

Chibuku Cup roars into life

16 September 2016 THE Chibuku Super Cup kicks off this afternoon with defending champions Harare City hosting Border Strikers at Rufaro Stadium hoping to salvage a difficult season with at least some silverware.

'Warriors will shine'

9 September 2016 NETHERLANDS-based midfielder Marvellous Nakamba believes the current Warriors squad has the potential to be one of the best on the continent.

Mahachi waiting to know fate

17 August 2016 ZIMBABWE international winger Kudakwashe Mahachi insists his future will be decided next week in time for the start of 2016/17 Absa Premiership season which kicks off this month.

In pursuit of glory

22 July 2016 GLOBE-TROTTING, money and life under the spotlight are some of the factors that pose a wide range of health hazards for professional sportspersons.

Black Caps tour goes ahead

15 July 2016 THE New Zealand cricket team will continue with their scheduled tour of Zimbabwe despite a petition by a group of Kiwis to block their visit here.

It's Copa time!

8 July 2016 THE country's premier Under 16 and 17 boys' and girls' secondary schools football tournament; the Copa Coca-Cola enters its second and decisive round this morning with all the 10 provinces aiming to qualify for the nationals.

'Chiyangwa surprised me'

19 June 2016 FORMER Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambwa admits National Football Association of Zimbabwe (Nafaz) president Philip Chiyangwa has surprised many since voted into office last year.

A new Musona emerges

10 June 2016 A SPIRING footballer Tedious Musona (pictured in green) hopes one day he will be the talk of the nation by leading the Warriors to future Africa Cup of Nations tournaments.

Sharara's advice for DeMbare

3 June 2016 AS DYNAMOS edge closer to relegation with each outing, legendary winger July Sharara has come up with an antidote which he thinks can help ease the situation at his beloved club.

Can Bosso break jinx?

27 May 2016 HIGHLANDERS will enter Rufaro Stadium tomorrow heavily weighed down by the hoodoo of their failure to beat Dynamos in the last 10 years.

Enemies of the game

20 May 2016 It seems the cancer of hooliganism in local football is growing unabated judging by events in recent weeks. The 2016 Castle Lager Premiership season is only six weeks old but the league has already racked in a total of $12 250 in fines from clubs.

Akbay settles at Bosso

16 May 2016 WHILE much of the attention has been fixed on Dynamos' stuttering start to the season, or the manner in which Lloyd Chitembwe has transformed CAPS United, Highlanders coach Erol Akbay has been quietly going about his business at the Bulawayo giants.

Rugby's popularity increases

8 May 2016 THIS year's Dairibord Rugby Festival held at Prince Edward School saw an increase in the number of schools taking part in the sport from all four corners of the country.

It's derby time

3 May 2016 DYNAMOS and CAPS United renew their rivalry in the first instalment of the Harare derby at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday

Silva out to save job

22 April 2016 DYNAMOS coach Paulo Jorge Silva has had running battles with almost everyone during his short stint with the Harare giants.