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Nakamba hits Wembley jackpot

Nakamba will be making the trip to the prestigious Wembley Stadium with a spring in his step, having been credited with improving Luton’s prospects after joining on loan from Aston Villa.
By Henry Mhara May. 18, 2023

Nakamba’s Luton date Sunderland

Nakamba has been quite a popular figure since he joined Luton in January.
By Kevin Mapasure May. 10, 2023

The Soccer Whiz: The EPL mad spending spree

A whopping GBP 815 million equated to four times more spent in the EPL than all the other big European Leagues combined!
By Zak Hawa Feb. 5, 2023

Zimbos not ready for a better life

This was most evident during the recently held Fifa World Cup — of course, the ongoing English Premier League — where sporting temperatures can easily reach fever pitch.
By Tendai Mbofana Jan. 27, 2023

Bournemouth express interest in Munetsi

Munetsi joined Reims in 2019 following a spell with South African outfit Orlando Pirates.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Jan. 19, 2023

School of sport: Pressure is a promise

Strong words of commitment to his club Arsenal, as Chelsea are one of their bitter rivals.
By Tim Middleton Nov. 13, 2022

ED should fire SRC, Coventry

Local football is in a worrying state and yet the Mnangagwa-led government is helplessly watching as the sport is being consigned to the mortuary.
By Amh Voices Nov. 6, 2022

Inside sport: Mukuru, Zim sport needs you

Why those at Mukuru chose to invest their finances in sport in foreign lands instead of back at home where their business started is something that is still to be explained.
By Michael Kariati Sep. 18, 2022

Zemura offered a pay rise at Bournemouth

The English tabloid newspaper Daily Star, citing Spotrac, an online sports system for team payrolls, salary cap breakdowns, and player contracts reported last week that Zemura is the lowest paid player in the league after Bournemouth were promoted from the Championship.

By The Standard Aug. 7, 2022