From the terraces

Harare City

It was just impossible for Harare City to win the league on their first season in the top flight. But their performance and how they finished proved they are a force to reckon with. They will not be taken for granted. Let’s salute them. Any team that will take them for granted next season will be doing it at their own risk. – Ian Jimu, Sunningdale.

Harare City made a record. For a team that had just joined the topflight league to come so strong was great. I have always been neutral when it comes to local football, but they impressed me. I will be going with the City Boys next season. – James Rongai, Southerton.


Kaindu you are the man. You win what matters most. We are dancing in the Mbada gold mine. – Daniel Phiri, Luveve.

After failing to win the league, we at least have lifted the lucrative Mbada Diamonds Cup. Thank you, Kaindu and the boys. Bosso for life. – Willard Dube, Bulawayo


We are the Champions once again. It is time to conquer Africa. We want to rise and be the African Champions. – Ian Murimi, Warren Park.

I don’t think it is a wise idea for DeMbare to go to the Champions League without any sound sponsorship because it will be a problem. We will struggle financially and it will affect our performance in the field. – Willard Zvaitwa, Belvedere.

We need to start preparing for the Champions League if we are going there. We cannot do it alone, lets not lie to each other. We really need financial backing. – Henry Mhundwa, Ruwa.

Caps United

Thank you for resisting the temptation of handing over the game to Harare City. I am a Dynamos fan who has never admired anything about the Green Machine, but I must say that you really conducted yourselves in a professional manner. I respect that about you. May the spirit of Fair Play continue! – Sam Taruvonga, Mbare.

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