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Rinomhota in Warriors U-turn

Rinomhota spoke highly of the Afcon as a platform to showcase one’s skills.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Oct. 9, 2022

Inside sport: Advice for Liverpool’s Mabaya

Although he featured for only 30 minutes and was at fault for Marcus Rashford’s opener, both the Daily Mail and the Liverpool Echo gave Mabaya a not all that bad 6 out of 10 rating with the former describing him as a bright prospect for the Reds.

By The Standard Jul. 17, 2022

Inside sport: Advice for Liverpool’s Mabaya

Although he featured for only 30 minutes and was at fault for Marcus Rashford’s opener, both the Daily Mail and the Liverpool Echo gave Mabaya a not all that bad 6 out of 10 rating with the former describing him as a bright prospect for the Reds.

By The Standard Jul. 17, 2022

Rinomhota joins Cardiff to end long spell at Reading

The combative 25-year-old midfielder, who was born in Leeds to a Zimbabwean father and a British mother, made 139 appearances for Reading, scoring four goals and seven assists since his debut for the first team in 2017.

By The Standard Jun. 26, 2022

Rinomhota joins Cardiff to end long spell at Reading

The combative 25-year-old midfielder, who was born in Leeds to a Zimbabwean father and a British mother, made 139 appearances for Reading, scoring four goals and seven assists since his debut for the first team in 2017.

By The Standard Jun. 26, 2022

Byo needs new economic soul: ZITF chair

“ZITF is only a temporary moment which will bring Bulawayo to life, especially for the tourism industry.  The key drivers for Bulawayo’s industrialisation would be to revive the National Railways of Zimbabwe and the Cold Storage Commission and other comatose industries,” Watson said.

By The Standard Apr. 14, 2022