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Maruwa hints at squad reshuffle

While Maruwa described the team as balanced, he stressed the need to have a relatively younger squad with an average age of 25.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Dec. 22, 2022

Dynamos hand FC Platinum title

They had their work cut out but their rivals decided to tap out of the league race by themselves.
By Fortune Mbele Oct. 23, 2022

Past failures spur DeMbare

While he insists they have not thrown in the towel yet, he said the Chibuku Super Cup offered them a chance to end the season with at least a trophy.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Sep. 16, 2022

Ndiraya defiant despite setback

With log leaders FC Platinum emerging 2-1 victors away to WhaWha earlier on Saturday, the Glamour Boys badly needed a victory against the army side to close the gap.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Sep. 13, 2022

WhaWha teenage star Barake reveals Dembare snub

Interestingly Barake has found a new lease of life after he was rejected by the Harare giants in 2019 when he had risen from the junior ranks. The snub has, however, not deterred him from proving his mettle in the centre-forward position where has been ushering sterling performance for WhaWha.

By The Standard Apr. 17, 2022

WhaWha teenage star Barake reveals Dembare snub

Interestingly Barake has found a new lease of life after he was rejected by the Harare giants in 2019 when he had risen from the junior ranks. The snub has, however, not deterred him from proving his mettle in the centre-forward position where has been ushering sterling performance for WhaWha.

By The Standard Apr. 17, 2022

Dynamos go top

It was the hosts’ coach Benjani Mwaruwari’s first match in charge at the Baobab and he was hoping to make a very good impression.

By The Standard Apr. 10, 2022

Dynamos go top

It was the hosts’ coach Benjani Mwaruwari’s first match in charge at the Baobab and he was hoping to make a very good impression.

By The Standard Apr. 10, 2022

Inside sport: No favourite for PSL title

That football was last played in Zimbabwe in 2019 when FC Platinum won their third title automatically makes them the defending champions and they only need one more title to be allowed to keep the original Castle Lager trophy for good.

By The Standard Feb. 13, 2022