Rest Mutore, Sports Reporter HERENTALS have vowed to appeal against what they branded ‘unfair judgment’ after the Premier Soccer League found them guilty of match fixing.
The Deputy Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation, Tinoda Machakaire, has urged organisations, individuals and politicians to join hands with the Government in supporting sporting talent at grassroots.
ZIFA insist they will attend the COSAFA annual meeting in South Africa on Saturday and the decision to bar them from the indaba is null and void.
LONDON. — Ten-man Arsenal slowed Chelsea’s charge for a Champions League place on Tuesday as Manchester City kept up their distant pursuit of Liverpool with victory at Sheffield United on a dramatic evening of English Premier League football.
NEWLY-APPOINTED national Under-17 women’s football coach Langton Giwa believes his side can overturn the 0-5 defeat they suffered at the hands of Botswana in Gaborone in a World Cup qualifier a week ago.
Sports Reporter Zimbabwe international striker Tino Kadewere has joined French top-flight side Lyon from Le Havre on a reported €15m deal.
The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee has found Herentals’ Football Club, together with its official Oliver Chirenga guilty of the match fixing charges levelled against them.
Zimbabwe’s opening batsman Kevin Kasuza will play no further part in the ongoing Test match against Sri Lanka at Harare Sports Club after being diagnosed with mild concussion.
Zimbabwe Cricket have renamed the Chairman’s Enclosure at the Harare Sports Club after the association’s late chairman and legend of the domestic game, Peter Chingoka.