Busy week? Don’t worry, here is a recap of the biggest news happened during the week.

The Premier Soccer League made a ruling on the abandoned Chibuku Super Cup quarter final match between Shabanie Mine and CAPS United and they awarded the match to Shabanie Mine. Read More

Several Zimbabwean players in the ABSA Premiership clashed when their teams played against each other during the mid-week fixtures. Read more

Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa admitted that they no longer hold the destiny of the league after drawing with Tsholotsho. Read more

FC Platinum moved to the top of the table after they beat Shabanie Mine 2-0 in the Zvishavane Derby. Read more

Zimbabwe Football Association said the delay to appoint a substantive coach for the national team was due to lack of resources. Read more

Norman Mapeza took charge of his 100th league game at FC Platinum in match against Shabanie Mine. Read more

Leicester City sacked their coach Craig Shakespeare just four months after he signed a three-year deal to take the job on a permanent basis. Read more

Zimbabwe International Erick Chipeta was spotted at a Absa Premiership side Platinum Stars doing his own fitness training. Read more

The draw for the Chibuku Super Cup semi finals was made on Tuesday. Read more

Zimbabawe National team moved one place up on the latest FIFA Rankings released on Monday. Read more

Morocco were handed rights to host the 2018 CHAN. Read more

English Premier League side Chelsea will next year send scouts to Zimbabwe under a partnership deal with Shield deodorant. Read more

Bulawayo City captain Zibusiso Sibanda suffered a serious fractured skull during their match against Ngezi Platinum Stars last Saturday at Barbourfields. Read more

FIFA said it will not act on Ghana’s complaint about refereeing in a World Cup qualifying match against Uganda. Read more

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