ZIMBABWE national soccer team head coach Callisto Pasuwa has unveiled his travelling squad of 23 players led by CAPS United’s Hardlife Zvirekwi for this year’s Africa Nations Championships to be held in Rwanda. Pasuwa, who had a difficult decision to drop four players following a spate of injuries that left his training squad depleted, made few surprises after dropping Harare City’s Talent Chawapihwa, FC Platinum striker Brian Muzondiwa, George Majika of Chicken Inn and
2015 Ballon d'Or winner
WARRIORS coach Callisto Pasuwa says he has no hard feelings and has pledged to commit himself fully to the national team’s cause as they hope to resume preparations for the Africa Nations Championships finals in Rwanda after burying differences with his employers at ZIFA.
Pasuwa appeared in cheerful disposition when he emerged from a meeting with ZIFA High Performance Committee chairperson and board member Edzai Kasinauyo.
The meeting was also attended by

The Phillip Chiyangwa reign at Zifa is off to a rocky start as three top coaches have refused to take charge of the Warriors after the sacking of Callisto Pasuwa.

Norman Mapeza said he was not willing to be the next Warriors coach while Chicken Inn head coach Joey Antipas who had been appointed by ZIFA to take charge of the Warriors declined to take the post.

 Current Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya who had been appointed assistant coach has also snubbed the football mother

Chelsea have sacked manager Jose Mourinho seven months after he led them to the Premier League title.
The 52-year-old Portuguese had been in his second spell at the club, taking charge in June 2013.
Chelsea finished eight points clear last season and won the League Cup, but have lost nine of their 16 league games so far and are 16th in the table, one point above the relegation places.
Mourinho's final match was Monday's 2-1 defeat at
THE future of the country’s football will be decided when Zifa councillors gather at the association’s Mount Hampden headquarters this morning to choose a new leadership, a ballot designed to clean up the domestic game.
The four-man shortlist of presidential candidates to replace deposed Cuthbert Dube includes Phillip Chiyangwa, Trevor Carelse Juul, Leslie Gwindi and James Takavada.
Ten other candidates are vying for board member posts, while Omega
DYNAMOS have threatened to pull out of the Premier Soccer League (PSL), accusing the league management of selectively applying the law following four-match bans handed to strikers Takesure Chinyama and Roderick Mutuma.
With just a day before the trip to Bulawayo, the Easycall Cup semi-final against Highlanders at Barbourfields at the weekend, hangs in the balance.
Club chairman Keni Mubaiwa yesterday said the law was being applied selectively by the PSL, whose
Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions Chicken Inn have dominated the final eleven 2015 Soccer Stars of Year list which was selected in Harare by a panel of football journalists, coaches and team captains.
The team has four players on the list namely Elvis Chipezeze, Edmore Chirambadare, Clement Matawu and Danny Phiri.
The other players making up the list are Hillary Bakacheza of Triangle FC, Stephen Makatuka of Caps United, ZPC Kariba’s Raphael

What sounded like a bad joke at the beginning, is slowly turning out to be real. And by the time we sit for dinner on December 5, Chiyangwa maybe having his name firmly written in black and white as the legitimate successor to Cuthbert Dube.

Chiyangwa seems to have struck the right, but useless chords for this particular Zifa election.

The race for the Zifa presidency is not over yet, and will not be over until election day, but Chiyangwa seems to have scored four critical goals

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo believes he is "better than" Messi and says in his mind he "is always the best".
The former Manchester United winger tells BBC Sport's Dan Roan that he may return to Old Trafford one day as "the future nobody knows".
Ronaldo reveals he feels happy at being a superstar and puts it down to being "unbelievable" on the pitch.- Source: BBC

CUTHBERT Dube quit as the Zifa president last night just a few hours before the domestic football governing body’s councillors were due to revoke his mandate as their leader at their extraordinary general meeting in Harare today. The Harare business executive has been under a lot of pressure to relinquish his post after losing the key support of the councillors who elected him for a fresh four-year term as Zifa president in March last year. Dube was first elected Zifa boss in March

A Dynamos fan from Zvishavane who allegedly killed an FC Platinum fan on Saturday last week following a misunderstanding over the match which had just been played between the two teams in which the Harare giants lost by 3-1 has been hauled before a Zvishavane court.

Tafara Shava (32) of Mandava high density suburb in Zvishavane appeared before Zvishavane magistrate Mr Tavengwa Sangster on Tuesday facing murder and assault charges. Shava was not asked to plead and was remanded in custody

Zimbabwe national team defender, Patson Jaure, missed out on the first two weeks of pre-season training for his side, Pretoria University, after suffering from a bout of chickenpox.
A source within the club confirmed that the former Dynamos defender was off sick since the AmaTuks begun their pre-season training about two weeks ago, following his return from his home country, where he starred when the Zimbabwe senior men’s national team beat Malawi 2-1 in an away African Nations

Some Zanu PF officials are moving around the country coercing stressed private sector and State-owned companies to allegedly bankroll a lavish 50th birthday bash for increasingly influential First Lady Grace Mugabe who reaches the significant milestone on July 23.

This is not the first time that controversy has been ignited in the country regarding birthday celebrations for members of the First Family.
Earlier this year, there was widespread unhappiness after the same modus

THE Zifa Referees Committee have suspended match official Bongani Gadzikwa, the man at the centre of the controversy that erupted at Rufaro on Sunday, with his decision to rule out Edmore Muzanenhamo's late equaliser sparking a huge outcry from Highlanders.
Gadzikwa, who was the first assistant referee, raised his flag indicating that Muzanenhamo had strayed into an offside position, in the decisive moment of a titanic clash that produced five goals, before the Bosso man hammered

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