WARRIORS coach, Zdravko “Loga” Logarusic says he is not surprised by Zimbabwean striker Prince Dube’s blistering start to life in the Tanzanian Premier League with Azam FC.
ZIMBABWE’s representatives in the African Champions League, FC Platinum are now increasingly getting agitated with the long delay that it has taken for local football to be given the green light to resume amidst the coronavirus (Covid-19)…
THERE is now added pressure to ensure domestic football resumes after the Confederation of African Football (Caf) yesterday confirmed new dates for the 2021 Chan tournament.
AFTER many years of neglect and lack of resources, a new dawn is on the horizon for Zimbabwe women’s football after Fifa availed a Women’s Development Programme aimed at raising the standards of the game.
THERE is no end in sight to the stand-off between Zifa and the Premier Soccer League(PSL) over domestic football’s resumption amidst the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic as both sides dig in on their positions.
LOCAL clubs have acknowledged that it will be difficult to implement all the recommendations that have been prescribed by the Zifa and PSL Medical Committee to ensure football resumes amidst the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
GOVERNMENT has not approved football’s return despite Zifa president Felton Kamambo’s claims that teams are set to begin training next week amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
FOR a long time questions have been raised as to why footballers always opt for the rather predictable route of going into coaching upon retirement instead of aiming for more influential leadership roles in administration.
THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) has called on Zifa to review the Covid-19 relief allocation as the friction between the two bodies continues.
THE Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) appears to be racing against time in their efforts to engage government on how football can resume in the wake of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.