FORMER Highlanders captain Dezidelio “Walker Texas Ranger” Kapenya remembers with pride how he forced clubs in Zimbabwe to effect the landmark 1995 Bosman ruling that revolutionarised soccer contracts in Europe.
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The National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe (Naaz) president Tendai Tagara was left a disappointed man after the cancellation of the African Junior Championship that had been slated for South Africa this month.
WARRIORS’ number one choice goalkeeper Washington Arubi has reiterated that the national team’s recent embarrassing defeat to Egypt at home will forever haunt his football career.
Dynamos and Highlanders are not happy about the technical sponsorship deal with Germany sports apparel manufacturer Adidas.
CHEETAHS’ centre Daniel Hondo is in a fitness race ahead of the Sevens World Cup that is on in Russia at the end of the month.
WHEN people talk about Monomotapa Football Club, names such as Ronald Chitiyo and Kuda Musharu are often mentioned as the stars of the team.
WHEN the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) appointed Klaus-Dieter-Pagels as the Warriors coach, most football fans did not like the idea.
PRINCE Edward High School lifted the inaugural Hammer & Tongues Peter Lovemore Memorial Under-20 Tournament after beating Mufakose High II 1-0 in the final at St George’s College yesterday.
The appeals hearing dates for the Asiagate match-fixing scandal life ban appellants has been set for July 29 and 30.
TENNIS Zimbabwe (TZ) vice-president Regis Bhunu has emerged as the favourite to land the presidency of the association whose elections are set for end of month.