20.8 C
Harare
19th September 2020
International: +1 724 726 1658

Ref officiates without caution cards

0
The ChronicleRicky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter FORMER Premier Soccer League referee, Bekithemba Moyo, will be sanctioned by the Zifa Referees’ Committee (ZRC) for officiating the first...

Klopp rules out Liverpool spending spree

0
The ChronicleCape Town — Jurgen Klopp has told Liverpool fans not to expect a flurry of transfer activity during the transfer window as signings...

Juventus ready to sell FIVE players for Pogba

0
The ChronicleJuventus are interested in re-signing Paul Pogba, but the Serie A champions would have to sell up to five players to be able...

Rhinos charge past TelOne

0
The ChronicleRicky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter TelOne 0-2 Black Rhinos A BRACE by Moses Demera saw army side Black Rhinos charging to within one point of log...

Nadal beats Thiem to win 12th French Open title

0
The ChronicleNadal is now just two behind Roger Federer’s all-time record of 20 majors and three ahead of Novak Djokovic who was knocked out...

Poor France come unstuck away to Turkey in qualifier

0
The ChronicleWORLD champions, France, slumped to a 2-0 loss to Turkey in Euro 2020 qualifier on Saturday amid a red-hot atmosphere in Konya. Kaan Ayhan...

IAAF to rebrand as World Athletics

0
The ChronicleWORLD athletics’ governing body, the IAAF, is to rebrand as World Athletics, it was announced yesterday. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) was...

‘Messi, Ronaldo would not solve Man Utd problems’

0
The ChronicleSIGNING global stars such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Sergio Ramos would not solve the problems at Manchester United, says...

Chicken Inn fret over Augusto

0
The ChronicleRicky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter CHAMPIONSHIP hopefuls Chicken Inn are fretting over the availability of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League’s leading scorer Clive Augusto...

Warriors meet Eagles for Afcon preps

0
The ChronicleGrace Chingoma, Harare Bureau THIRTEEN years after his strike caused heartbreak to Zimbabwe at the Afcon tournament in Egypt, Super Eagles captain John Obi Mikel...
Enable Notifications.    Ok No thanks