D1 soccer takes break

By Farai Chikore


CHINHOYI – NORTHERN Region Soccer League will take a break as they have
reached first half of the season.
The league’s board wrote a communiqué advising affiliates that the league will take a
break for two weeks and will resume on July 22, 2023.
During the break, teams can register new players.
Chinhoyi Stars’ secretary for communication, Tapiwa Chitate, confirmed to this
publication that they have received the letter notifying them of the break.
“Tsamba takapiwa. Currently tirikutoti maplayers edu anogara kuclub house
akumbodzokera kumba vambonoona Vabereki. Vanodzoka next week patinotanga
“We have engaged the new candidates who will be coming in as assistant coaches to
beef up our technical bench. We talked to Clay Mudekwa, Walter Jerimani and they
have accepted our offer. Current we are liaising with Maths Sango, whose services we
want as goal keepers’ trainer,” said Chitate.
Chitate was unable to shed more light on their two previous assistant coaches,
Munyaradzi Charuza and Aleck Kambambaira, who were suspended on allegations of
lack off seriousness on training.
Chinhoyi Stars’ right winger, Leeroy Karuru, is currently at Eastern Region Division One
Soccer League side, Mutare City Rovers, where he is undergoing trials. Telegraph
understands that the player has impressed is waiting for the transfer paper work.
In another turn of events, Banket United has also made changes to their technical staff
appointing the club two former captains, Simbarashe Gorogojo and Chriswell
Mandovha, as head coach and assistant coach respectively.
Another Banket-based football club, Omnia FC, roped in former Dynamos player,
Pearson Matare, as their new coach three games before the end of season’s first half.
The league is at its peak and Zimbabwe Republic Police Black Mambas is leading the
pack, on a mission to scoop the championship.

Concession FC is on the bottom of the log after gaining one point and could be the first
team to be counted on the teams who will be relegated.

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