From the terraces

The Glamour Boys were indeed robbed in Algeria, seven yellow cards and a red is just not justifiable.

If I had known DeMbare players to be hostile that could explain it. We had a goal disallowed and our coach allegedly had his food poisoned. It was just unfair to say the least. Caf should revise their criteria of allocating referees for the champions league, how can a referee from a country of the same region as one team manage such a match? Of course he was bound to favour his fellow neighbours. This is killing African football. David Munzara, Borrowdale.

Show Africa that you are the Champions! Make us happy Dembare. We are behind you always. -Ernest Zichawo, Johannesburg.

Chuchu lets put what happened in Algeria behind us, such bad treatment and dubious decisions have been part of African football for long and it is so frustrating. But if we cant change anything the least we can do is go back to the drawing board and refocus, pray that we are not unlucky again in our next matches and that we see the semi-finals. Godknows Glamourboys, Marondera.

Lets win our remaining group matches boys and show Africa that we will make it through against all odds. Henry M, Mbare


Mapeza I have always believed in you. Prove to them that you are the best local coach Zimbabwe national team is blessed to have. Gary Mandinyanya, Harare.

I am really worried about the state of football affairs in Zimbabwe. All those people at ZIFA have failed the whole nation. It all started by appointing Henrietta Rushwaya as the CEO. Just look at the national team if we even have a national team at all? We are tired of reciting players from other national teams as if we do not have our own. These people must be serious because they are wasting the peoples money and time. Old horses must go, we need new blood. Mtenda Zebediela

We are tired of watching other teams at AFCON; please, the journey for this continental tournament begins this weekend. Our Warriors need to respect our support for them by qualifying for AFCON if the World Cup is too much to ask for. Tinashe Kamhene, Bulawayo.

Motor Action

Wait and see Mighty Bulls take the Championship while DeMbare watch. The same thing happened when Monomotapa lifted the 2008 Championship title. DeMbare thought they will catch up just to be shocked the last minute. But this has shown how rich with talent our league is when any team no matter how small it is considered win the championship. Shingirai Matema, Harare.

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