In case you missed some of the news on Soccer24, here is a recap of the week’s headlines.
Ajax Capetown Chairman issued a statement regarding Tendai Ndoro’s departure at the club: Read more.
Black Rhinos and NetOne sealed a sponsorship deal: Read more.
Zimbabwe U-17 coach came under fire for snubbing UK-based players: Read more.
Gianfranco Zola joined Chelsea as Maurizio Sarri’s assistant coach: Read more.
The Castle Lager Premier Soccer League will go for a one-week break: Read more.
France were crowned World Champions after beating Croatia: Read more.
Yadah captain Jimmy Dzingai completed his move to Zambian Premier League: Read more.
Nigeria League was postponed indefinitely amid leadership crisis: Read more.
SuperSport United are not in any rush to appoint a new coach: Read more.
Black Rhinos signed two Shabanie Mine players: Read more.
Four people were jailed following a pitch invasion during the 2018 World Cup final match: Read more.
Takunda Sadiki is set to join Caps United from Mutare City: Read more.
Dynamos appointed their new club president to replace Keni Mubaiwa: Read more.
Argentina sacked their coach Jorge Sampaoli: Read more.
South Africa Premier Soccer League chairman Irvin Khoza blamed Tendai Ndoro for league chaos: Read more.
Former Highlanders and Warriors defender Noel Kaseke got a new coaching job in Dubai: Read more.
Electoral Committee blocked Farai Jere from landing PSL top post: Read more.
CAPS United midfielder Ronald Chitiyo is still waiting to undergo knee surgery: Read more.
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