Former Zimbabwe Warriors captain Willard Katsande might have bowed out of the Kaizer Chiefs setup but that has not stopped him from talking figures. The Instagram crazed Katsande is now in the books of newly promoted Sekhukhune and is proud of the statistics that made him an icon at Amakhosi.
Image Courtesy of timeslive The Zimbabwe Warriors and Liverpool legend, who instructed SuperSport United somewhere in the range of 1999 and 2001, likewise uncovered that he would like to come back to the Premier Soccer League. Bruce Grobbelaar told the African football digital recording On The Whistle as revealed by the New Zimbabwe that he didn't want anything more than to returning to South Africa. Grobbelaar has uncovered that he was shortlisted for the Kaizer Chiefs head instructing position before Ernst
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
When Kaizer Chiefs supermegacelebrity Khama Billiat introduced his retirement from global football, many human beings have been stuck via way of means of surprise. Billiat has been an essential a part of the Zimbabwe Warriors for decades now and he captained his countrywide crew in his ultimate bow.
The Zimbabwe National soccer team will nolonger be hosting their neighbours South Africa on the week of June the 5th to the 8th as scheduled.This comes as the Confederation of African Football made a postponement of all the FIFA World Cup African Qualifiers to a later date.The decision to postpone the matches was made as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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
2021 could not have started off on a bitter note for Zimbabwe's football fraternity. Former Zimbabwe Warriors international and Highlanders midfield ace Richard Choruma is no more. He was 42. He died at Tembisa hospital in the early hours of today. According to media reports, Choruma died after developing stomach complications on New Years Eve. He was then admitted at Tembisa on the same hospital until today where he breathed his last. Highlanders public relations officer Ronald Moyo confirmed Choruma’s