Why June 2014 will remain the worst month ever in the Zimbabwe Football’s history: June 1, the Warriors crashed out of the AFCON at the preliminary stages. The Warriors drop one place to 99 at the FIFA World rankings. June 8, the Mighty Warriors kicked out of African Women Championship qualifier in Namibia. For the Warriors the National Spots Stadium has turned into a house of agony. The most agonising match of our time was that pitting the Dream Team against Zambia in the 1990s. The equalising header goal by the Zambian former great Number 11, Kalusha Bwalya, ignited our fading hopes of ever qualifying for the AFCON finals. Ever since, the chain of agonising moments have become endless – Lovemore Kashawo, Harare, Zimbabwe
Fabregas chooses to change clubs in alphabetical order, from Arsenal to Barcelona now with Chelsea. Guess his next destination – Tsepo, Zimbabwe.
The failure by the Warriors to beat Tanzania in our backyard was a disgrace and a betrayal of the soccer-loving Zimbabweans by the so-called warriors. We wait to see the fate of the coach given the magnitude of the disgrace. It’s time we build a stronger team to represent the country in future. We are sick and tired of unfulfilled promises by the Warriors. All we want is that the boys deliver now.
Zimbabwe is a soccer-loving nation which does not deserve any humiliation or disappointment – S, S. Africa
The price for non-performance is humiliation at the hands of small football names like Tanzania – CT Kabudura, South Africa
Ko seyi Knowledge Musona asina kutamba bhora pakakundwa ma Warriors ne Tanzania? – Worried fan, SM, Harare
Netherlands ikada kuwonererwa takuzoipa ZPC Kariba – John, Mabvuku
I would rather watch World Cup matches throughout the night and sleep at work the following day – Football addict, Harare, Zimbabwe
Caps United is the best team in Zimbabwe, displaying world-class football. All that is missing is material and moral support from both the supporters and sponsors – Godfrey Njanji, South Africa.
ZIFA should suspend all PSL matches till the end of the World Cup. This would give clubs the opportunity to watch all World Cup games and learn one or two tricks. There is no good reason for the teams to continue with mediocre play at the expense of free football lessons from the world’s greats – Susan Murwira, Shamva, Zimbabwe.Post published in: Sport