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Soccer Briefs from Zimbabwe- January 2013

[Posted 24 Jan 2013]
[By Beezsports Reporter]
Twine Phiri-CAPS United Chairperson and PSL Chairperson
CAPS have not spoken to Chunga-yet: Phiri

CAPS United chairperson Twine Phiri has moved in swiftly to refute claims that his club has spoken to Moses Chunga to fill up the Head coaching position which is currently unstable due to the Taurai Mangwiro's conviction in the Asiagate scandal which he has since appealed.

Chunga, who was recently honoured by his former Belgian topflight club Eendracht Aalst at the end of 2012, and is a former CAPS coach, was seen at a CAPS training session, fueling speculation that he was being eyed for a return to the club.

Now, Phiri says that his club has not spoken to the championship winning coach with Gunners a few years ago.

“We are not making changes to the technical team, at least for now. We
have also not spoken to Chunga about the job. Once we do, we will let
you know,” Phiri told reporters recently.

Zhokinyu, Mwanjali can play, but outside Zim: ZIFA

The Zimbabwe Football Association has revealed that banned players Method Mwanjali and Guthrie Zhokinyu are free to play for any club outside the country, but can not be selected to play for the national team or a club in Zimbabwe until they have been cleared by the Zifa Appeals Committee, after the two players appealed their life bans.

Mwanjali is therefore free to play in Mamelodi Sundowns' Zimbabwe tour matches against Highlanders at Barbourfields, CAPS United at Gwanzura Stadium and Dynamos either at Rufaro Stadium or at the National Sports Stadium.

Fans to choose NetOne Charity Shield's four teams

NetOne has broken new ground in Zimbabwean football, and for the first time ever in this country, soccer fans will get the opportunity to choose the participating four teams in this year's NetOne Charity Shiled to be played as a 2013 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season opener.

Teams which receive the highest votes will them clash in the semi-finals of the competition. By implication, unless something extra ordinary happens, Dynamos and Highlanders are guaranteed places in the last four, based on their large followings and their recent performances in the league. CAPS United should be coming either second or third, but the former Cup Kings have been a free fall in the recent times, and will be content with a third finish in the voting process. It is not clear who the fourth team could be. Potentials include Platinum Stars, but no-one should rule out the likes of Hwange, Monomotapa or even the returning Black Rhinos!

PSL new-comers' race against time
Two of the Castle Lager Premiership's new teams How Mine and Tripple B are struggling to bring their home stadiums to the PSL standards and could be forced to play their games away from home.

How Mine could be forced to relocate home matches to Bulawayo's White City or Luveve Stadium, while Tripple B have no choice but to ensure that they patch up Dulibadzimu Stadium, lest they too could face the daunting task of having to travel to Gwanda to find a suitable venue for a PSL team.

There are no such worries for teams like Black Rhinos who have a lot of stadiums to choose from in the capital Harare, while it is not very clear if Gibo in Triangle will fully meet the PSL standards. The good thing for Triangle is that some PSL's Mbada Cup matches were played in Triangle/Hippo Valley last year.



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