Modern Ngwenya swindles death

HIGHLANDERS vice chairman Modern Ngwenya cheated death on Monday evening when he was involved in a road traffic accident just after Chegutu on his way to Harare for a meeting. The car Ngwenya was driving was extensively damaged but he escaped unscathed after ramming into a pirate taxi that suddenly stopped in front of him to pick up passengers. Ngwenya said he suspected the driver of the pirate taxi was either drunk or unlicenced, as he bolted out of the vehicle and fled after the accident. “I almost died, just…

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Hardlife zvirekwi fighting for his life

HARARE football giants Caps United’s captain, Hardlife Zvirekwi was involved in an horrific accident, which crushed his arm leading to the amputation of his hand yesterday. BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA His hand was amputated from the wrist and, according to the doctors, he will miss the first half of the 2018 Castle Lager Premiership season. Club chief executive Cuthbert Chitima said: “His fingers and palm have been amputated. The doctors said he can start playing during the second half of the season. That’s the information we have at the moment.” Team…

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Sheriff goes after CAPS

The jubilant mood in the 2018 Castle Lager title hopefuls CAPS United — could be soured by the club’s failure to pay an ex-employee who has won the right to attach the club’s official team bus — as the last ditch attempt to have the 2016 champions settle outstanding $10 000 labour damages. Joyce Kapota was awarded $10 460 by the Labour Court for unlawful dismissal from her job as the club’s communications officer two years ago but the Green Machine have failed to settle. Kapota served as CAPS United’s…

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PSL debutantes Nichrut set target

  CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League debutants Nichrut FC head coach John Nyikadzino says the Shurugwi community should not expect too much from the team, as they make their bow into the top flight, claiming their priority this term is to avoid relegation. There would be easing into life for them into the league, as they play league returnees Mutare City in their opening match next week, a match which on paper, shouldn’t give them headaches. Nyikadzino, who is no stranger to Premiership football, having been at the helm of…

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Denver Mukamba praised by Caps United coach

Former Dynamos midfielder Denver Mukamba has found a new home at Caps United. The controversial midfielder left Dembare in a huff following a protracted wrangle with coach Lloyd Mutasa. Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe described Mukamba as a “prized possession” for the Green Machine. “It’s awesome to have him within our ranks.He is a great footballer, ” said Chitembwe. It remains to be seen whether Chitembwe will be able to contain the enigmatic midfielder. Source: Zimeye

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Caps, Bosso clash in VP Mohadi cup

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Bosso  and Caps United will clash on Sunday in a match organised to celebrate the ascendency of Kembo Mohadi to the post of Vice-President, called the VP Mohadi cup with the proceeds from the match set to be donated to the Mpilo Central Hospital Cancer Unit, as well as other charitable organisations. It will be a hectic weekend for Bosso, who on Saturday are also set to take on Bulawayo City at the same venue in the inaugural Kings Cup, organised by a group called the Royal Crown Trust. The Bulawayo…

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Mutuma returns to CAPS United

CAPS United are rekindling their romance with maverick forward Rodreck Mutuma, who joined them on their trip to Bulawayo yesterday, for a training camp. Coach Lloyd Chitembwe decided to give Mutuma another chance at the Green Machine. CAPS United face Highlanders this Sunday in a match organised to celebrate the ascendancy of Kembo Mohadi to the post of Vice President of the country with proceeds from the match set to be donated to the Mpilo Central Hospital Cancer Unit, as well as other charitable organisations. CAPS United left for Bulawayo…

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Dynamos strike continues

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It’s still gloomy in the Dynamos camp with senior players continuing with their training ground boycott demanding their dues from the team’s management. The Glamour Boys’ senior players were expected to resume training yesterday in preparation for the 2018 Castle Lager Premiership season but it appears they have run out of patience as they decided to continue with their industrial action which started last week. Only youngsters made up mostly of those who featured in the 1-0 win over CAPS United at the weekend in the ZNA Commander Charity Shield…

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Chitembwe banks on veterans

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Chitembwe banks on veterans By Eddie Chikamhi CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has defended his recruitment of old war horses as he believes experience will be key in the Green Machine’s campaign to get back to the top. Chitembwe banks on veterans Makepekepe featured a team with an average age hovering above 29 years when they faced bitter rivals Dynamos in the semi-final of the Commander ZNA Charities Shield, which they lost 0-1 at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. Chitembwe banks on veterans Although they fell short, Chitembwe chose to…

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