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Friday, January 24, 2020

Government concerned about state of stadiums

The Chronicle Tadious Manyepo, Harare Bureau THE Government, through the Sports Commission, will continue engaging with relevant authorities for the upgrading of dilapidated stadiums in the...

Young Mighty Warriors in passport battle

The Chronicle Grace Chingoma, Harare Bureau YOUNG Mighty Warriors are racing against time to secure travelling documents for some of the players ahead of the Under-17...

Why Billiat is missing for Chiefs

The Chronicle KHAMA Billiat missed his fifth Absa Premiership game of the season on Saturday as Kaizer Chiefs were downed by SuperSport United, and the...

‘Where do you end?’: Kohli joins player chorus against four-day Tests

The Chronicle INDIAN captain Virat Kohli does not endorse the idea of reducing Test matches to four-day affairs and has warned administrators against tinkering too...

Alonso survives first Dakar stage dominated by Minis

The Chronicle DAKAR Rally debutant Fernando Alonso avoided any first stage pitfalls as the 2020 edition of motorsport’s gruelling 7 500 kilometre marathon began in...

Ibrahimovic statue vandalised, toppled in Malmo

The Chronicle VANDALS have toppled a statue of former Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic by sawing it off at the ankles. The statue, which is outside Malmo’s...

Brady ‘pretty unlikely’ to retire despite defeat

The Chronicle NEW England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says it is “pretty unlikely” he will retire in the off-season after the Tennessee Titans knocked his...

Maguire faces race to be fit for Manchester derby

The Chronicle MANCHESTER UNITED manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Harry Maguire faces a race to prove his fitness in time for the League Cup semifinal...

Six senior players leave FC Platinum

The Chronicle Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter SIX senior FC Platinum players have parted ways with the Premiership champions ahead of the resumption of preparations for the...

Idiots, Uefa boss labels racists

The Chronicle Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin yesterday described as “idiots,” football fans who are involved in racist attacks on players.  In an interview...
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