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In case you missed some of the biggest news over the week, here is a quick recap for you to catch up.

The inaugural ZIFA Awards which were scheduled for November 11 have been postponed to a later date. Read more

Zimbabwe Football Association reportedly agreed to appoint Mark Harrisson as the Warriors substantive coach. Read more

Several ABSA Premiership sides are reportedly monitoring Dynamos striker Christian Epoupa Ntouba. Read more

The Confederation of African Football president Ahmad Ahmad will visit Zimbabwe before the end of the year. Read more

Football fans voiced their outrage at the rumored decision by ZIFA to appoint Mark Harrison as the Warriors substantive coach. Read more

Former CAPS United midfielder Tafadzwa Rusike completed a move to Zambian Premier League side ZANACO FC. Read more

ZIFA president Dr Phillip Chiyangwa, was showered with praises from South African football top brass during SAFA Constitutional Congress. Read more

How Mine and Harare City will clash in the 2017 Chibuku Super Cup final next month. Read more

Zimbabwean duo scored for Golden Arrows in a league encounter against Polokwane City last weekend. Read more

Mamelodi Sundowns striker Cuthbert Malajila is facing a long spell on the sidelines after suffering a knee injury. Read more

Mali’s bid to reach a second straight Under-17 World Cup final ended in Mumbai when they lost to Spain in the semi final. Read more

A  team from Swaziland, Mbabane Swallows has announced a proposal to buy a franchise in the ABSA Premiership. Read more

Cristiano Ronaldo beat his rival Lionel Messi to win the prestigious Best FIFA Men’s Player at the Best FIFA Football Awards held on Tuesday. Read more

PSG star Kylian Mbappe won the Golden Boy award for the best player in Europe. Read more

English Premier League side, Everton sacked coach Ronald Koeman after a disastrous start. Read more