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Injured Yobo misses crunch matches

Joseph Yobo has been ruled out of next month’s 2014 World Cup and 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. The Nigeria skipper sustained an injury during Wednesday’s Turkish Cup final, whilst playing for Fenerbahce. According to Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi, the Istanbul side suggest Yobo will be out for over four weeks. Keshi has added […]
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Zim Olympic Committee get $100,000 kit sponsorship

The Zimbabwe Olympic Committee has secured kits sponsorship for Team Zimbabwe worth $100,000 for the 2012 London Olympic Game. Chief executive Anna Mguni (pictured) made the announcement yesterday. The Japanese sport giant Mizuno Corporation pledged the amount which covers competition and out of competition kit. ZOC and Mizuno entered into the agreement last week, Mguni said. She […]
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Dynamos trounced by Esperance

Esperance…(3) 6              Dynamos…0 Dynamos’ suffered a major set back when the Harare giants were trounced by Esperance in a CAF Champions League first leg second round in Tunisia yesterday. While DeMbare were outplayed by a well schooled home side, the task was made more difficult with some questionable officiating […]
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WBC bans Chisora indefinitely

DERECK Chisora has been handed an indefinite ban and heavy fine by the World Boxing Council following his behaviour before and after his heavyweight title fight with Vitali Klitschko earlier this month. The Zimbabwean-born Chisora slapped his opponent at the weigh-in and spat water at Klitschko’s brother Wladimir, before being embroiled in a brawl with […]
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Rushwaya granted bail

FORMER Zifa chief executive Henrietta Rushwaya who was arrested on match-fixing charges was yesterday granted bail. She appeared in court on charges of concealing transactions from her principals, fraud and bribery emanating from soccer matches the senior national football team played in Asia. Rushwaya is facing 11 counts of concealing transactions from a principal, two […]
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