Premier Soccer League (PSL) has fined Dynamos Football Club and Ngezi Platinum Stars for the disturbances witnessed during their clash at Baobab Stadium on the 28th of October.
According to PSL, Ngezi Platinum Stars FC and Dynamos FC were found guilty of contravening Order 31 of the
The Premier Soccer League has once again summoned Highlanders Football Club before a disciplinary committee following the violence scenes witnessed at Mandava stadium on Sunday following in their match against FC Platinum.
In a statement released on Monday, PSL said Highlanders, who already have a pending
Dynamos Football Club head coach, Lloyd Mutasa believes his side can now go on a winning run following his side’s win over cross town rivals, Harare City at the National Sports Stadium on Wednesday night.
Dynamos won courtesy of 36th minute a wonderful volley by Cameroonian
Under fire Dynamos coach, Lloyd Mutasa who has failed to win in his last three games has defended his players saying he has faith that they will deliver and win the hearts of hard to please Dembare fans.
During the Shabanie match, Dynamos fans broke into ‘Paumire
Bulawayo giants, Highlanders were on Wednesday held to a nil all draw by a resolute Harare City in a match played at the National Sports Stadium.
Three days after their clash with Dynamos was abandoned following skirmishes at Babourfields Stadium, Highlanders were left disappointed after failing to
The Premier Soccer League has summoned Highlanders Football Club before a Disciplinary Committee following the violence that erupted at Barbourfields stadium yesterday in their match against bitter rivals, Dynamos Football Club.
In statement, the PSL said the Bulawayo giants are being charged for breaching the Premier
Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has come hard on Castle Larger Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs saying it will not allow any unlicensed players to feature in the second week of the championship.
In statement released on Monday, the football mother body said it allowed some teams