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Confusion stalks Zifa…as Tapera disowns 3 national team squads

The former Young Warriors coach said he didn't input anything in the squads that had been announced.
By Henry Mhara 18h ago

Warriors face grim Afcon draw

The Warriors suffered a deflating 2-0 loss against Lesotho before they were humbled 3-1 by South Africa in the World Cup qualifiers that were played in South Africa last week.
By Henry Mhara Jun. 22, 2024

Prepare Warriors for Afcon qualifiers

The major consequence of this ranking is seeding at the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) draw.
By Newsday Jun. 22, 2024

Warriors in tough Cosafa draw

For Zimbabwe, the tournament presents a chance for the team to make up for last week’s disastrous showing in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers.
By Henry Mhara Jun. 15, 2024

Forget about World Cup 2026: Chikoya

On Tuesday, the spirited Warriors were beaten 3-1 by South Africa at Free State Stadium in a Group C World Cup qualifier.
By Sports Reporter Jun. 14, 2024

Tapera makes 6 key changes ahead of tonight's clash

Manica Diamonds goalie Geofrey Chitsumba will guard the posts, while Godknows Murwira and 
By Henry Mhara Jun. 11, 2024

Warriors ready for redemption

Zimbabwe need to bounce back and record their first win for this campaign as they only have two points from draws against Rwanda and Nigeria going into this evening’s tie.
By Kevin Mapasure Jun. 11, 2024

Tapera confident of Bafana Bafana upset

With Broos in charge Bafana Bafana claimed four points against the Warriors in their last two competitive matches with a nil-all draw in Harare and a win at home.
By Kevin Mapasure Jun. 9, 2024

Warriors hit rock bottom

Goalkeeper Donovan Bernard, liable for the first goal and Teenage Hadebe to blame for the second, both had a nightmare of a match.
By Kevin Mapasure Jun. 8, 2024