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

PROPHET Walter Magaya, who has been injecting thousands of dollars into ZIFA coffers to support national teams, dropped a bombshell yesterday when he revealed that he was unhappy with how some of the funds have been used by the association.
The Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader has turned into the main benefactor of the national teams in the past few months and played a huge part in bailing out the Warriors to enable them to fulfil their 2017 Nations Cup qualifier

Sepp Blatter announced Tuesday that he is stepping down as FIFA president as the world's soccer governing body continues to be embroiled in scandal and controversy.

"I appreciate and love FIFA more than anything else, and I only want to do the best for football and for FIFA," Blatter said during a press conference.
Blatter said a new president will be elected "as soon as possible," but he will continue his functions until that happens.

"What

A SUICIDE blast near the Gaddafi stadium where an ODI between Pakistan and Zimbabwe was being played claimed the life of a policeman who stopped the bomber from targeting the cricketing venue.

The suicide bomber blew himself up while riding a rickshaw at 9 PM, less than a kilometre away from the ground.
Four people were rushed to a nearby hospital where sub-inspector Abdul Majid was pronounced dead.

Soon after the blast, the Pakistan Cricket Board issued a statement, saying it

HARARE giants Dynamos today launched Dembare TV, a television football magazine, which exclusively cover the Glamour Boys in a landmark development for the club.

Dembare TV is produced by Media Expression Motion Expressions Motion Pictures.
Kenny Mubaiwa, the Dynamos President, said this was a huge project for Dembare.

"Dynamos are the first to come up with such a project and we are excited about it and the fans should support Dynamos by buying the Dembare TV DVD which is

CAPS United, weighed down by serious financial problems, are now tottering on the brink of collapse, with the club's leadership telling those who are unhappy with working under the tough conditions prevailing at the Green Machine to pack their bags and leave.

That could mean an exodus which includes coach Mark Harrison, who publicly keeps saying he is committed to the club and a number of key players.
Club chief executive Joe Makuvire yesterday suggested that there could be a

CAPS United Football Club president Twine Phiri has put his ailing club up for sale with sources last night saying a Bulawayo-based businessman has expressed interest in bringing the Green Machine to the city. When contacted last night, the businessman could neither deny nor confirm his interest. "Call me tomorrow (today) morning and I will tell you everything," he said.
Speaking on StarFM radio on Wednesday evening, Phiri, who is also the Premier Soccer League president, said

FC PLATINUM coach Norman Mapeza nearly broke down last week in front of his players as his family called on him to walk away from the game that has given him fame and fortune in the wake of wild allegations about his sexual orientation.

Mapeza had a blissful start at FC Platinum having joined in August last season, winning the country's premier knockout tournament — the Chibuku Super Cup and earning a top four finish in the league.
However, a 1-5 mauling away to Tanzania's Young

And now the coaches speak . . .

David Mandigora, Dynamos
"This bright start to the season that we have had should not fool us, this is a marathon that is just beginning and we do not know what will happen along the way. We do not look at statistics much, we look at our next game and every game in the top flight is a difficult one. We are just taking each game as it comes and we respect Flame Lily a lot because they are one of the teams in the Premiership. We have a slight problem

 CAPS United Football Club faces collapse after the club’s two former directors issued them with a three-week notice to approach the High Court seeking liquidation over failure to pay off debts running into millions of dollars.
Advocate Lewis Uriri (former board member responsible for corporate and secretarial affairs) and Nhamo Tutisani (former board member responsible for commercial affairs) yesterday served Caps United with the notice, arguing that the club had failed to clear

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