Coronavirus has been unforgiving in Zimbabwe as numerous prominent individuals keep passing on.The circumstance is additionally compounded by the way that the infection is by all accounts overpowering Zimbabwe's delicate medical care framework.
Covid-19 has been unforgiving in Zimbabwe as many high profile people continue dying. The situation is further compounded by the fact that the virus seems to be overwhelming Zimbabwe's frail health care system. No news about a vaccine has been reported and many people are now living their lives in fear. The father of former Chippa United, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila and current FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza has died. Michael Mapeza died from Covid-19 complications. This news comes barely 48 hours
After his team got relegated last season he is now looking for a new team. Zimbabwean star and well known as the younger brother of the former Kaizer Chiefs star Knowledge Musona was part of Polokwane City team that was relegated to the GladAfrica Championship last season. Walter Musona started a number of 14 games for the Rise and Shine team in the last campaign, scoring a single goal. He is currently 24-years old, He can also play as a left-winger. Musona joined FC Platinum in 2017 from a Slovakian football
Willard Katsande looks all but set to leave Naturena during this transfer window as more talks suggesting that top Zimbabwean club FC Platinum are interested in his services have emerged. Katsande is one of many players who are rumoured to be on their way out after club boss Kaizer Motaung recently revealed that they were disappointed by the teams failure to win the league title on the final day of the season. They responded by firing head coach Ernest Middendorp and his assistant Shaun Bartlett. Bartlett
Losing your job at the last minute and only finding out about it in the press is catastrophic. It leaves the victim with no time to look for other employment options. Being unemployed is one of sports most dreaded experiences. Many Bidvest Wits players will find themselves facing that predicament when the 2020/21 Absa Premier Soccer League roars into life. It is now open news that Bidvest sold their Wits franchise to Limpopo based Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila. TTM is an ambitious club currently plying
Kaizer Chiefs must beware of Covid19 test tampering claims made by Zimbabwe's FC Platinum and 2 more
So far in Simba SC’s CAF Champions League campaign, three different teams - Plateau United of Nigeria, Zimbabwe’s FC Platinum and Sudanese side El Merrikh – have all accused Simba of tampering with COVID-19 test results to weaken the opposition’s squads ahead of kick-offs in Dar es Salaam.
The defending Castle Lager Premier league Champions of Zimbabwe announced that they had parted ways with their coach Hendrikus Pieter De Jongh.The champions in a letter dated the 20th of November confirmed the development on the two parties going separate ways.It was highlighted that the team was looking forward to resuming participation in the CAF Champions league and the local league of Zimbabwe. The media statement expressed gratitude at the services rendered to the club by the outgoing coach who assisted
Zimbabwe's CAF Confederations Cup representatives FC Platinum could count themselves unfortunate not to have gotten something from their match against Senegalese giants ASC Jaraaf yesterday. But it was the horror show by one of their most senior and experienced players which dearly cost them dearly. Gift Bello is usually the epitome of brilliance for FC Platinum but he showed a bit of jittery and a lack of creative imagination. Firstly he badly implemented an offside trap which led to an ASC Jaraaf goal.
Lincoln Zvasiya come South Africa to play for one of the biggest clubs in the Premier Soccer League. Many things were expected from the former Zimbabwean international footballer during his transfer from FC Platinum of Zimbabwe to Kaizer Chiefs in the 2011/12 season. He played for Monomotapa before he joined FC Platinum, a team which played their football in the Zimbabwean Premier League.
For a team that started dominating Zimbabwean football just a years ago, FC Platinum can still be considered as 'new babies of Zimbabwean football.' But that tag alone does little to their status quo as they are also one of the hated teams in Zimbabwean football. They are mostly hated because they have used their strong financial muscles to build a formidable team that clearly lacks competition in the Zimbabwean league. And they have the cups to show for it. FC Platinum have won the Zimbabwean league title
Past Polokwane City forward Walter Musona is being overviewed by Baroka FC. The more blazing family of ex-Kaizer Chiefs star Knowledge Musona was essential for the Rise and Shine pack that was centered around the GladAfrica Championship last season. Musona played a whole of 14 assistants for Polokwane in the last mission, scoring one target. The 24-year-old Zimbabwean, who can likewise play as a left-winger, joined Johnny Mogaladi's side from FC Platinum in 2017 after a spell with Slovakian football club
In December 2020 , bad news hit the Zimbabwean football family as officials and some players tested positive for Covid-19 leaving them with no choice but to withdraw from the CHAN tournament.As if it was not enough, there is bad news for the Zimbabwean football, this time at club level. This comes after it was reported that five FC Platinum players had tested positive to Covid-19 , meaning that they cannot be part of today's do or die encounter in the CAF Champions League match against Simba SC. The Zimbabwean
His lean spell at Chippa United might have ended in tears after he resigned but that hasn't stopped Norman Mapeza from taking his ambitions from beyond the DStv Premiership. Mapeza is now the FC Platinum coach, a club he has previously coached, and he has set his sights on winning the CAF Champions League. Mapeza achieved a historic feat by guiding the Platinum miners to a historic treble in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League. They also became the first team from outside Harare and Bulawayo to win the league
FC Platinum has seen their run end in the CAF Confederations Cup after a 2-0 aggregate defeat to Jaraaf de Dakar.Jaraaf de Dakar played their CAF Confederations Cup second leg fixture against FC Platinum at home, and managed to win the match 1-0 at full-time.
Simba were incredible as they managed to win 4-0 in their second leg after losing their first leg 1-0 against FC Platinum in the CAF Champions league. Simba SC were incredible as they managed to win their second leg in the CAF Champions league by an incredible 4-0 against FC Platinum. Simba were very lucky as they had a home ground advantage which counted in their favour as they scored 4 goals and kept a clean sheet against FC Platinum in the CAF Champions league. Simba SC were very unfortunate as they lost
Mamelodi Sundowns recently stole the African football headlines when they won their forth league title on the trot. Sundowns have dominated South Africa's football stratosphere and there are no signs of them slowing down any time soon. Masandawana lost their charismatic coach Pitso Mosimane to Egyptian giants Al Ahly.
A professional Zimbabwean football club that might enter the Guinness Book of Records for their unprofessional kits received a rude awakening after they were walloped 6-0 by champions FC Platinum. Whawha football club are a newly promoted club.They seem to have not received the memo that Adidas and Puma are major rivals and they do not match.