Ngezi built on platinum foundation

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By Tadious Manyepo Log leaders Ngezi Platinum Stars didn’t only underline their solid title credentials, after a late Clive Augusto goal gave them a 1-0 victory over Chicken Inn at Baobab last Saturday, but also ensured they remained unbeaten in 26 league matches in their backyard. Tonderai Ndiraya Tonderai Ndiraya’s charges last tasted defeat in a league tie on August 13, 2016. when they crashed 0-2 to How Mine. They have since played 26 games and won 20 with six of the matches ending in stalemates in a remarkable run.…

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DeMbare lay down the law on Epoupa

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By Eddie Chikamhi and Tadious Manyepo Dynamos have ordered their Cameroonian import, Christian Epoupa Ntouba, to report for duty or face sanctions after the long-standing row with the player was clarified at the weekend. Kenny Mubaiwa Epoupa, who is being chased by Ngezi Platinum, missed the opening five games of the season claiming the Glamour Boys needed to clear his salary and signing-on fees arrears amounting to over $16 000. But it emerged at the weekend the Harare giants had paid him all his dues, which amounted to $18 125,…

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This is our year: Ngezi Platinum

FOUR of the title contenders from the previous season have publicly stated their desire to win the Premier League this year, setting a stage for what should be an intriguing race to bag the ultimate prize of domestic football in the upcoming campaign. The four who are FC Platinum, Ngezi Platinum, Dynamos & Caps United have declared it’s time to reclaim the glory. BY HENRY MHARA Defending league champions FC Platinum, who will be without head coach Norman Mapeza for an expected six months, has vowed to retain the championship, Dynamos has declared it’s…

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Jaure set for Ngezi exit

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Defender Partson Jaure is reportedly to be on his way out of Castle Lager Premiership side Ngezi Platinum Stars to join Zambia’s Buildcon. PLATINUM STARS . . . Ngezi Platinum vice-chairman Silence Gavi (right) speaks to the media in Harare in the company of club coach Tonderai Ndiraya (centre) and captain Partson Jaure Jaure, who joined Ngezi Platinum in July 2016, after partying ways with South African side University of Pretoria is said to have already agreed terms with Buildcon including a $12 000 signing on fee. Buildcon is one…

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