After 3 Days In Zifa Office, Chiyangwa Takes 3 Weeks Leave Straightaway

After 3 Days In Zifa  Office, Chiyangwa Takes 3 Weeks Leave  Straightaway

Newly-appointed Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa yesterday came out from his first board meeting announcing he will be going on leave while revealing the association’s resolutions to engage KPMG to conduct a forensic audit. Chiyangwa received an overwhelming seal of approval from the Zifa councillors following a landslide victory that catapulted him to succeed Cuthbert Dube. And with all eyes on Chiyangwa and his board, who have the unenviable task of resurrecting Zimbabwean football which plunged…

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Bosso’s Most Hated Man ‘Enters’ Zifa Presidential Race

FIREBAND Harare executive Leslie Gwindi yesterday picked up his nomination papers for the vacant Zifa president’s post, setting the stage for a showdown with business mogul Philip Chiyangwa who was the first to do so. Gwindi though, chose to play down his decision to pick the forms, saying “picking up the nomination forms doesn’t formalise my candidature but yes, I’ve picked up the forms.” He said he will be making a formal announcement in the…

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‘Curthbert Dube Demands US$1 Million From Zifa For Revoking His Mandate’

CUTHBERT DUBE vowed to knock at 53 Livingstone Avenue “first thing tomorrow” demanding the nearly US$1 million dollars he is owed by Zifa after the soccer governing body’s councillors resolved to revoke his mandate and that of the board in Harare yesterday. A massive 51 councillors voted in favour of a motion to boot out the highly unpopular Dube, who had on Friday indicated that he intended to leave office on December 5. Also sacked…

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