With the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League set to resume soon, top clubs are beefing up their squads by hiring new coaches. Championship contenders Ngezi Platinum recently parted ways with their coach Rodwell Dhlakama. Dhlakama had failed to transform Ngezi Platinum into a formidable outfit and confidence in him was very low.
With the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League set to continue soon, top clubs are expanding their crews by employing new mentors. Title competitors Ngezi Platinum as of late headed out in different directions from their mentor Rodwell Dhlakama. Dhlakama had neglected to change Ngezi Platinum into a considerable outfit and trust in him was exceptionally low.
The Sunday Mail has given a sad report using its Twitter channel that the former Black Rhinos captain and the 2002 Soccer Star of the Year finalist, Gift “Guava” Kamuriwo, has passed away.The details are still not clear as to what led to his death , but according to the report given so far , the former Zimbabwe national soccer team player was not feeling well for quite some time. https://t.co/eo5M5udKx1 Born in 1974 , Gift Kamuriwo attended Nemakonde High School and played his professional football between
For a nation that has gross inequality and high unemployment rates, nothing good ever comes out of Zimbabwe.Instead, most of its skilled work force has deserted the land locked country and emigrated elsewhere in search of better lives.South Africa, the United Kingdom and Botswana are homes to millions of Zimbabweans.
If football was drama, then events at newly promoted outfit Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila would be the daily dosage you never want to miss. TTM bought the DStv status of now defunct Bidvest Wits and they will be playing in the top flight league for the first time in their existence. The first development at TTM is the appointment of Zimbabwean Norman Mapeza as their head coach. Mapeza will lead the side unchatered territory as TTM have assembled a squad of mostly new players who have never played together
The Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League has been dealt a heavy blow below the belt as they had hoped SuperSport would return to broadcast their matches once again. SuperSport pulled out of broadcasting the Zimbabwean league about a year ago due to a lack of advertisers willing to engage. Many Zimbabweans in South Africa had hoped that Multichoice Zimbabwe would be able to entice advertisers to showcase their products and services on the platform but all has been to no avail. The Zimbabwean league is currently
The Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League that was due to start this weekend has been postponed, again.The PSL was supposed to start with a preparatory tournament before the main league gets underway later this year.The football league has not seen any action for two years because of the Covid-19 pandemic.