Ndiraya rues Sadomba Derby absence

Ndiraya rues Sadomba Derby absence 1

By Eddie Chikamhi Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya is disappointed they will miss skipper Edward Sadomba in the Harare Derby against old rivals CAPS United at Rufaro this Sunday. Tonderai Ndiraya Sadomba, who has been the a vital cog in the Glamour Boys’ campaign this year, was recommended by the team’s medical staff to take a rest this week. He suffered a concussion in their last outing against Black Rhinos. Related Articles DeMbare will also be without striker Tawanda Macheke, who is battling a knee injury, and Ghanaian import Robert Sackey…

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Simba Nhivi and Evans Katema confident they will help Dynamos turn the corner

Simba Nhivi and Evans Katema confident they will help Dynamos turn the corner 2

By Eddie Chikamhi and Takudzwa Chitsiga Dynamos mid-season signings — Simba Nhivi and Evans Katema — are confident they will help the Glamour Boys turn the corner in a revival mission that is being fronted by their coach Tonderayi Ndiraya. Former CAPS United player Simba Nhivi Nhivi is coming back to the Glamour Boys for his third stint after he was released by Ngezi Platinum last month. Midfielder Archford Gutu has also completed his return to DeMbare, while the club believes they have made a master-stroke in snatching Katema from…

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Ndiraya banks on home advantage

Ndiraya banks on home advantage 3

By Fiona Ruzha Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya is banking on home advantage to bounce back to winning ways when they host Chapungu at Rufaro on Sunday. Tonderai Ndiraya DeMbare have gone for two games without a win and are coming from a 1-0 defeat to bitter rivals Highlanders. “It’s been some time since we have collected maximum points at Rufaro and I believe it has been disappointing for our fans who always come in their numbers. Related Articles “So we are hoping to change things and try to get the…

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DeMbare, Gutu find each other

DeMbare, Gutu find each other 4

By Eddie Chikamhi HARARE football giants Dynamos have made the first move ahead of the mid-season transfer window which opens on Monday after they managed to lure back their former midfielder Archford Gutu. Archford Gutu The 25-year-old trained with the Glamour Boys during pre-season, but could not agree terms with his former club. However, the club’s marketing and public relations executive, Tinashe Farawo, yesterday said they have taken the Zimbabwe international on board for the remainder of the season. “We have signed Gutu for the remainder of the season. He…

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Bosso thrill loyal fans

Bosso thrill loyal fans 5

By Ricky Zililo “GO well Madinda Ndlovu.” This was the icebreaker for a disappointed Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya, who admitted that his side “chased shadows” for the better part of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League clash against Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday. Jubilant Highlanders players salute fans after the match against Dynamos at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday. Bosso won the match 1-0. — Picture by Nkosizile Ndlovu With news that Ndlovu is leaving Highlanders for Botswana side Gaborone United, the Bosso head coach, who is not interested in entertaining talk…

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Bosso beat Dembare in ‘Battle of Zimbabwe’

Bosso beat Dembare in ‘Battle of Zimbabwe’ 6

Last updated Jun 16, 2019 12 0 Highlanders beat Dynamos 1-0 in the much anticipated “Battle of Zimbabwe” at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo.  A 71st minute howler by DeMbare keeper Simbarashe Chinani gifted Bosso the three points. More follows…… “;n.innerHTML=”window._taboola = window._taboola || [];_taboola.push({mode:’thumbnails-b’, container:’taboola-below-article’, placement:’below-article’, target_type: ‘mix’});”;insertAfter(t,e);insertAfter(n,t)}injectWidgetByMarker(‘tbmarker’); Source: Nehanda Radio

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Stuttering giants clash in Battle of Zimbabwe

Stuttering giants clash in Battle of Zimbabwe 8

By Eddie Chikamhi UNDER-PERFORMING giants Dynamos and Highlanders will need to punch above their weights to produce a show worthy of the traditional Battle of Zimbabwe in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Barbourfields tomorrow. Dynamos and Highlanders have the most passionate and loyal fans in domestic football The country’s most successful teams, which share 23 league championships between themselves since Independence, now lack the quality that made their duels the games to look out for in the season. But the rivalry has run out of gloss following…

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From EI Classico to EI Relegato: Bosso, Dembare battle at BF

From EI Classico to EI Relegato: Bosso, Dembare battle at BF 9

By Fungai Muderere It’s Highlanders vs Dynamos; Madinda Ndlovu vs Tonderayi Ndiraya as the biggest teams in the country take on each other, and if you miss this spectacle, it’s on you! Dynamos and Highlanders have the most passionate and loyal fans in domestic football Never mind the erratic performances that the two sides are exhibiting since the spine-chilling losses that the Ndlovu’s black and white army inflicted on the visiting blue half of the capital when the two met in Harare and Bulawayo last season, are still fresh in…

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Bosso maintain gate charges for DeMbare clash

Bosso maintain gate charges for DeMbare clash 10

By Ricky Zililo Highlanders have dismissed messages circulating on social media that they’ve hiked gate charges for the blockbuster clash against Dynamos, saying they are sticking to the Premier Soccer League’s stipulated entry fees. Kudzai Bare The rest of the ground ticket for the country’s biggest fixture to be played at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday will cost $10, with VIP fans paying $20, while the VVIPs will part with $50. “It’s not true that we’ve raised the gate charges. We’re maintaining the PSL recommended charges because we want football fans…

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e-tickets for Battle of Zim

e-tickets for Battle of Zim 11

The Premier Soccer League will try out their new e-ticketing system this Sunday when traditional giants Dynamos and Highlanders rekindle their rivalry in a league match at Barbourfields. The match, which comes against the background of a disappointing start by the two giants, is expected to be more of a redemption exercise as Bosso look to use home advantage to maintain their bragging rights. The Bulawayo giants demolished their opponents 3-0 at Barbourfields in their last meeting as they completed back-to-back wins in the 2018 campaign. But they started this…

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