Articles tagged 'amazulu'

Mafero tips Ncube for Warriors 2 July 2017 HARARE - For most Zimbabwean football lovers the name Butholezwe Ncube does not ring a bell but former Warriors assistant coach Joey “Mafero” Antipas believes he has unearthed a gem. Antipas believes Ncube can be the next Warriors midfield enforcer in the mould of Willard Katsande, who called ...
I miss football but not the money - Masomere 21 May 2017 HARARE - Luke Masomere is considered to be one of the most experienced football coaches in the country but sadly the well-travelled gaffer remains nowhere near the sport he loves so much. Instead, while still feeling a little pang of regret at no longer being involved in the game, the self-pro...
AmaZulu stand by Joey Antipas 3 November 2016 HARARE - South African First Division side AmaZulu have denied newspaper claims that they have sacked Zimbabwean coach Joey Antipas. AmaZulu general manager Lunga Sokhela refuted claims by a Durban-based newspaper that Usuthu had hired Vladislav Heric to replace the Zimbabwean. “We’re compl...
Chicken Inn unveil Gumbo 11 May 2016 BULAWAYO - Reigning Castle Lager Premiership champions Chicken Inn yesterday unveiled former Warriors coach Rahman Gumbo as their incoming coach to replace the South Africa-bound Joey Antipas. Antipas together with his assistant Prince Matore will be joining South African National First Divisi...
Chicken Inn's Antipas signs for Amazulu 5 May 2016 HARARE - Reigning champions Chicken Inn have been dealt a huge blow after their title-winning coach Joey Antipas signed a two-year deal with South African National First Division (NFD) side Amazulu. Sources in South Africa revealed to the Daily News yesterday that Antipas, who led the Gamecock...
Gamecocks confirm Antipas' exit 5 May 2016 BULAWAYO - Defending Castle Lager Premiership champions Chicken Inn have confirmed the impending departure of head coach Joey Antipas to join South African National First Division side Amazulu in July. Antipas will be taking with him his trusted lieutenant Prince Matore to the KwaZulu Natal-ba...
Antipas signs for Amazulu 5 May 2016 HARARE - Reigning champions Chicken Inn have been dealt a huge blow after their title-winning coach Joey Antipas signed a two-year deal with South African National First Division (NFD) side Amazulu. Sources in South Africa revealed to the Daily News yesterday that Antipas, who led the Gamecock...
Zimbos under siege in Mzansi 3 March 2015 HARARE - It has earned global status as the world's most beautiful game but Zimbabwean players have not received their fair share of love from their African brothers in South Africa's Absa Premiership. If anything, they have been at the receiving end of very sad events most recently being the ...
'Malajila always scores against AmaZulu' 26 February 2015 JOHANESBURG - Mamelodi Sundowns striker Cuthbert Malajila always scores against AmaZulu, so says Brazilians coach Pitso Mosimane. The Zimbabwean netted his eighth League goal in a 1-0 defeat of Usuthu on Tuesday night, as Downs closed the gap on leaders Kaizer Chiefs to 10 points, but with a g...
Mugeyi takes charge of Usuthu 4 October 2014 JOHANNESBURG - Craig Rosslee will not be on the AmaZulu bench for today’s Telkom Knockout clash against Bloemfontein Celtic and will be replaced by former Zimbabwe international Wilfred Mugeyi. Usuthu take on Phunya Sele Sele at Princess Magogo Stadium. KickOff reported this week that about...
Emotional Rinhemota regrets injury 8 March 2014 HARARE - Ten years after hanging his football boosts, former Zimbabwe international Kingston Rinemhota still bears emotional scars of failing to make a great impact in Europe because of injury. Having broken into Europe at an early stage of his career after joining a Swedish First Division Clu...
Maenzanise, a misunderstood midfield genius 21 February 2014 BULAWAYO - Funerals are generally sombre occasions as friends and relatives mourn their dearly departed. It is rare for laughter to be heard as preachers and other delegated speakers usually say out their speeches in a solemn manner. This definitely was not the case at the funeral service of t...
Maenzanise's death brings spotlight on welfare 21 February 2014 BULAWAYO - The welfare of former footballers has been thrust back into the spotlight following the death of former Zimbabwe international Nqobizitha "Jackal" Maenzanise. A brilliant footballer during his heyday, Maenzanise was working as a caretaker at the Baptist Church in Bulawayo at the tim...
Nqobizitha Maenzanise dies 17 February 2014 BULAWAYO - Former Zimbabwe international Nqobizitha Maenzanise has died following a short illness, aged 45. The former Merlin Husky, Highlanders, Zimbabwe Saints and AmaZulu midfielder passed away on Monday morning at Mpilo Hospital where he had been admitted for the past two weeks. Nicknam...
Tapuwa Kapini back in training 11 February 2014 HARARE - Former Zimbabwe captain and AmaZulu goalkeeper Tapuwa Kapini is on the mend after suffering a concussion in a changing room incident last month. Although he still remains sidelines and unavailable for selection AmaZulu team manager, Japhet Zwane, revealed that the Zimbabwean has start...
A Master of versatility 10 November 2013 BULAWAYO – Former Zimbabwe international Master Masiku was the epitome of versatility during his football career. A product of the famed Highlanders junior policy, Masiku broke into the Bosso first team as a striker while still a teenager back in 1994 but went on to finish his career playing m...
Kapini disappointed after blunder 19 September 2013 JOHANNESBURG - AmaZulu goalkeeper and captain Tapuwa Kapini has expressed his disappointment on the mistake he made in the game against Bidvest Wits on Tuesday night. Usuthu looked destined for their third consecutive win this season, until Kapini committed an error that allowed Getaneh Kebede...