Zimbabwe

Katsande: Feeling energised

Katsande relishing Chiefs role

Willard Katsande believes he has improved greatly from last season, and is delighted to have started receiving credit for his hard work.

Mathe delighted to get the win

Mark Mathe admits he was delighted to have led Highlanders to the three points following the 4-1 triumph over Shabanie Mine.

Billiat: Injured again

Pitso laments Khama injury

Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane has spoken with dismay after Khama Billiat suffered another injury set-back on Saturday.

Mutuma: Free agent

Mutuma released by Celtic

Bloemfontein Celtic have cut ties with striker Rodreck Mutuma after failing to crack into the first team squad in this campaign.

Rosslee: Ran the rule over Musharu

Musharu heads back to Zim

AmaZulu have confirmed that Kudakwashe Musharu has returned to Zimbabwean outfit How Mine FC after a trial.

Chunga ready for Triangle tie

Chiredzi manager Moses Chunga is confident about his team's prospects ahead of their Premiership fixture against Triangle United on Sunday.

Kaindu to complete UEFA course

Kelvin Kaindu will miss yet another Premier League match as he prepares to return to England to continue his UEFA B course.

Late fitness test for Musona

Stuart Baxter will wait until the last moment before making a final decision on whether Knowledge Musona will face Black Aces.

AmaZulu monitor Kapini injury

AmaZulu head coach Craig Rosslee has confirmed that Tapuwa Kapini may have to sit out longer while he recovers from his neck injury.

Aspire to contest World Cup

Zimbabwe's Aspire Soccer Academy have confirmed they have been invited to contest the 2014 World Youth Cup in Sweden.

Nyadombo wins club award

AmaZulu defender Carlington Nyadombo said he was delighted to be named the club's player of the month for March.

Rovers excited with return

Bantu Rovers are salivating at the prospect of beginning their journey back in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League on Saturday.

Katsande: The team comes first

Willard Katsande insists his numerous man of the match performances are merely him doing what is necessary to help the team succeed.

No ligament damage for Musona

Kaizer Chiefs fans will be breathing a sigh of relief after it was confirmed that striker Knowledge Musona's injury is not serious.

Dube retains ZIFA presidency

Cuthbert Dube has been re-elected as the president of the Zimbabwe Football Association for another four-year term on Saturday.

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