Bulawayo Chiefs aim to build on DeMbare win

Bulawayo Chiefs aim to build on DeMbare win 1

By Ricky Zililo After breaking a seven-match winless streak following their 2-0 win over Dynamos, Bulawayo Chiefs are aiming for the scalp of Triangle United in their survival fight. Bulawayo Chiefs FC Chiefs hit Dynamos in the last six minutes of the game through a penalty converted by attacking midfielder, Arthur Musiiwa and a strike by winger, Michael “Kudu” Bhebhe. Although Chiefs anchor the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League table with four points from eight games, they head to troubled Triangle on Sunday hoping to mount more woes on the…

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Outscored, outwitted, outmuscled, out-thought, outplayed, outfoxed

Outscored, outwitted, outmuscled, out-thought, outplayed, outfoxed 2

By Robson Sharuko Gabriel Nyoni — once of those black-and-white royal parishes but now a Green Machine player — has scored more goals than the entire Highlanders team in probably the most graphic illustration of the decline and decay which has paralysed the Premiership’s oldest football club. Madinda Ndlovu Bulawayo Chiefs, once the most active domestic Premiership club on Twitter but now having to compete with cocky neighbours Chicken Inn on those interactive, and at times explosive cyber parishes, scored as many goals, in 90 minutes on Saturday, as Bosso…

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Poor results stalk DeMbare, Bosso

Poor results stalk DeMbare, Bosso 3

By Eddie Chikamhi Traditional giants Dynamos and Highlanders are constantly being reminded that football has changed following another round of miserable results at the weekend. Dynamos and Highlanders have the most passionate and loyal fans in domestic football DeMbare, who have been enjoying a mini-recovery under new coach Tonderai Ndiraya, were humiliated by struggling Bulawayo Chiefs at Barbourfields on Saturday. The Glamour Boys became the first victims of Farai Tawachera’s side which had not won a match in the opening seven league games. Related Articles Highlanders are still winless in…

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Chiefs shock DeMbare to end winless streak

Chiefs shock DeMbare to end winless streak 4

By Ngqwele Dube in Bulawayo, Brighton Zhawi in Harare Two goals in the last nine minutes gave Bulawayo Chiefs their first set of points for the season as they burst the Dynamos bubble in a Castle Lager Premiership match at Barbourfields yesterday. The result means that Dynamos are yet to record a win at Barbourfields this season, with two losses and a draw in three visits to the City of Kings. A penalty by Arthur Musiyiwa was complemented by a strike from Michael Bhebhe as the Premiership’s basement club finally…

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Linyama back at DeMbare

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On May 15, 2019 15,644 0 By Fiona Ruzha Nomadic centre-back Sydney Linyama is on his way back at Dynamos and was seen training with the Harare giants. Former Dynamos defender Sydney Linyama (Picture by NewsDay) Linyama, who joined FC Lupopo of the Democratic Republic of Congo early this year, refused to renew his contract that expired last month due to security fears. “I returned in the country in April after my contact expired and I did not bother to renew it because of security reasons. Related Articles “The money…

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Dynamos receives training kit

Dynamos receives training kit 6

By Blessing Malinganiza Dynamos yesterday received training equipment from Belgian Gino Laureyssen as well as a car for coach Tonderai Ndiraya donated by supporter Brighton Ushendibaba. File picture of Dynamos fans celebrating The Tonderai Ndiraya led team received equipment which consist of soccer balls, training corns, shooting nets, whistles and other modern day training equipment by Laureyssen through his Brain and Storm Company as the coach received a Toyota from PAM JAP limited owner. Club Chairman Isiah Mupfurutsa thanked the sponsor for the good gesture. Related Articles “I think we…

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DeMbare revival continues

DeMbare revival continues 7

By Eddie Chikamhi Attacking midfielder Junior Selemani saved the day for sluggish Dynamos when he scored the solitary goal that handed the Harare giants a crucial win on the bounce in a Castle Lager Premiership football match against Yadah at Rufaro yesterday. File picture of Dynamos fans celebrating Mbare-born Selemani drilled home a low shot after he was set up by skipper Edward Sadomba inside the box two minutes after the interval to hand new coach Tonderai Ndiraya his second win in the three games he has supervised so far.…

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‘Dembare gave me a raw deal’

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By Raymond Jaravaza and Fungai Muderere AXED Dynamos coach Lloyd “MaBlanyo” Chigowe is a bitter man! Bitter not because he no longer sits on the DeMbare technical bench. But miffed because he believes he got a raw deal from the powers-that-be at the Harare giants. Lloyd Chigowe That his job at DeMbare was always going to be hanging by a thread was crystal clear from the word go yet his bone of contention is the time it took the club executive to kick him to the curb. One win, three…

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Ndiraya happy despite soccer balls crisis

Ndiraya happy despite soccer balls crisis 9

By Eddie Chikamhi When Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya returned two weeks ago in the hope of reviving the club, it was easy to criticise him for accepting the job under those circumstances. REUNION TIME . . . Dynamos chairman Isiah Mupfurutsa (left) announces the appointment of Tonderai Ndiraya (right) as head coach of the Glamour Boys at a media conference in Harare But, after two games, there is a breath of fresh air at DeMbare. Maybe, it’s too early to make such a judgment, but the fans are smiling again…

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Mangala fouls out

Mangala fouls out 10

On May 9, 2019 5,466 0 By Blessing Malinganiza Dynamos’ turnaround efforts have been dealt by a massive blow as chief striker Ngandu Mangala will miss the crucial Premiership tie against revitalized Yadah at Rufaro on Sunday after accumulating three yellow cards. Ngandu Mangala The Harare giants are enjoying a good run since the appointment of Tonderai Ndiraya who replaced axed Lloyd ‘MaBlanyo’ Chigowe a fortnight ago. Mangala accumulated three yellow cards and will be out on suspension. He joins defender Godfrey Mukambi who is serving a red card ban…

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