In case you missed some of the biggest news on Soccer24, here is a recap of the week’s headlines.

Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu says he has been impressed with progress in the preparations for the 2018 season. Read more

Dynamos have lined-up two friendly matches scheduled for this weekend at Rufaro Stadium. Read more

Former How Mine player Praise Tonha is yet to sign a contract with CAPS United. Read more

Trevor Carelse-Juul revealed that he will not contest in ZIFA presidential elections. Read more

Matthew Rusike scored in his debut appearance for Cape Town City. Read more

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane defended the club’s decision not to sign anyone in January transfer window. Read more

Maritzburg United decided against signing Caps United striker John Zhuwawu. Read more

Highlanders are reportedly in advanced talks with a South African sponsor. Read more

Former Highlanders midfielder Costa Maradzike died Tuesday. Read more

Econet Media dismissed reports linking Kwese TV to bids for PSL broadcasting rights. Read more

Ronald Koeman was appointed as coach of the Netherlands national team. Read more

The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) warned George Deda for masquerading as a match agent. Read more

Highlanders elected a new administration at a ceremony held at Highlanders Sports Club. Read more

Shabanie Mine captain Farai Mupasiri joined rivals FC Platinum. Read more

Devon Chafa is not ruling out a return to Dynamos. Read more

Three Zimbabwean players were unveiled at Zambian side BuildCon FC . Read more

A Switzerland-based company expressed interest in securing the PSL Broadcasting rights. Read more

Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez received a 16-month sentence for tax fraud. Read more

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