I never got cards in Zimbabwe, says Hadebe

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Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe has admitted that the Premier Soccer League has been a big step up for him‚ with the game in South Africa played at a much higher tempo than in Zimbabwe. Hadebe‚ signed at the start of the season‚ only broke into the first team at Chiefs in November having been signed from Chicken Inn with an ankle injury. He has since established himself as a regular in Amakhosi’s central defensive trio. “The PSL is very difficult and different to Zimbabwe‚” Hadebe said on Thursday ahead…

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Antipas to parade new players

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JOEY Antipas makes a formal return to the Chicken Inn bench tomorrow afternoon as he leads his side against Highlanders in a Zimbabwe National Army Charities Shield semi-final clash at Barbourfields Stadium, as the two city rivals bid, for their first silverware of the year. BY FORTUNE MBELE The tournament, which will also see Dynamos and Caps United playing against each other at the National Sports Stadium in another semi-final, is a curtain raiser to the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season which kicks off on March 10. Antipas won…

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Angolan giants wary of last year’s ghost

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Angolan giants Clube Desportivo de Agosto believe their encounter with Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League champions FC Platinum is not a done and dusted match. The Angolan said this time they won’t be any room for mistakes for them to bow out of the lucrative CAF Champions League. Last year they were eliminated at this stage of the competition by Uganda’s Kampala City on the away goals rule. The Angolan outfit was defeated 1-0 in Kampala before they won 2-1 at home. Despite sitting comfortably on a 3-0 scoreline from the…

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Premier Soccer League season begins in March

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The 2018 Premier Soccer League will begin on Saturday 10 March, while fixtures will be released in due course. The PSL also revealed that it will hold its annual general meeting on 4 March where issues to do with club licensing, club structures, crowd management and competitions will also come under the spotlight. According to the PSL, all teams should have licensed their players by the 23rd of February and that the first transfer window closes on March 30. Source: ZBC

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