We are dedicated Warriors’ fans

Dressed in an all-black outfit for that game against Burundi, Rahman gave away this image of a man who had come for his funeral, the day they would dig six feet deep to secure him away from the ...

Lets learn from Zambia

One fine day, Kalusha Bwalya woke up and realised that the fighting wasn’t taking the game, which he had given everything for, anywhere and the time had come for the madness to stop.
On the n...

Benjani, Zimbabwe’s football hero

Benjani’s critics say he didn’t make a huge contribution, to the Warriors, as he did for the clubs that he played for and that’s a valid point because, when you are a high-profile player like Be...

How powerful is the Herald Sport?

I don’t think Dynamos can wipe out a six-goal deficit but, in an era where even prophets can tell us results beforehand, where results from the
Europa League of two years ago appear to defin...

Football’s pressure weekend

It didn’t matter which city you were living in this week – Barcelona, Manchester, Harare, Zvishavane or Tunis, the storyline was distinctly similar and it was a tale of coaches who were feeling ...

Football is never a fair game

It was football’s own survival miracle and the beauty about this was that it was played before a global audience, which followed every step and every movement, live through the magic  of satelli...

A tale of two derbies

Football is special and it unites us and divides us in equal measure, it fascinates us and frustrates us in equal measure, it delights us and destroys us in equal measure, it excites us and exha...

Chinyama’s incredible comeback

We can rewind the clocks to 20 years ago, when these homecoming shows started, but we are unlikely to see any individual who made as huge an impact, in his first month back home, as Takesure Chi...