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KHALID LATIF: PAKISTAN BATSMAN BANNED FOR FIVE YEAR AFTER SPOT FIXING INQUIRY

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PAKISTAN batsman Khalid Latif has been banned from cricket for five years for his part in a spot-fixing ring. Khalid Latif has played five one-day internationals and 13 Twenty20 internationals for Pakistan. A Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) tribunal handed down the punishment after finding Latif guilty of all charges at a hearing on Wednesday, The PCB has been conducting a ...

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SHANGHAI SHENHUA BOSS BEMOANS CARLOS TEVEZ PERFOMANCE

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SHANGHAI Shenhua chairman Wu Xiaohui has admitted Carlos Tevez is falling short of expectations at the Chinese Super League club. Tevez’s performances and fitness have been criticised as the team languishes close to the relegation zone following five straight defeats. The ex-Manchester United striker, who joined Shenhua in December 2016 on a £615,000-a-week deal, scored only his third goal of ...

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TAYLOR PENS 4-YEAR DEAL

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RETURNING star batsman and former Zimbabwe cricket captain, Brendan Taylor penned a four-year contract after opting out of his Kolpak deal with English County side, Nottinghamshire, to resuscitate his international career with the senior men’s national team. By Austin Karonga The ex-Zimbabwe skipper asked to be released by Nottinghamshire citing family commitments last week and is set to feature in ...

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TIGER WOODS’ PGA TOUR EVENT IN JEOPARDY

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Tiger Woods’ PGA Tour event terminates contract with Congressional, currently has no sponsor. THE Tiger Woods Foundation is in for a mad scramble if it wants to continue hosting a PGA Tour event. Woods’ foundation — which has hosted the AT&T National turned Quicken Loans National, mainly at Congressional Country Club in Washington D.C. — is out of a sponsor ...

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ZIMBABWE ‘DELIGHTED’ WITH BOXING DAY INVITE

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Harare — Zimbabwe Cricket chief executive Faisal Hasnain has expressed his “delight” at being involved in the inaugural four-day, day-night Test against South Africa at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Boxing Day this year. “We are delighted to be part of this historic occasion and grateful to Cricket South Africa (CSA) for awarding us this opportunity,” Hasnain told ...

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CAPS UNITED WIN AGAIN TO SOAR

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A SECOND half goal by John Zhuwawu was enough to give champions Caps United another Castle Lager Premier Soccer League win in a match played at the Colliery yesterday. HWANGE . . . . . . . . . . 0 CAPS UNITED . . . .(0) 1 BY Tinashe Mungazi With the victory, Caps United climbed one place up ...

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MANGWIRO EYES BLACK RHINOS SCALP

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TRIANGLE coach Taurai Mangwiro is targeting his second Chibuku Super Cup silverware after winning the trophy two years ago at Harare City, as his side locks horns with Black Rhinos in the first round match at Rufaro Stadium tomorrow. BY KENNETH NYANGANI Under the tutelage of Mangwiro, Harare City defeated Dynamos 2-1 in the 2015 final which was played at ...

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ROSE OUT TO EASE MASTERS PAIN

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London — Justin Rose’s motivation to secure the FedEx Cup goes beyond the $10 million bounty that he, unlike others, is happy to admit he is thinking about. Rose’s 2017 thus far is dominated by a near miss, that at the Masters in April, with the former US Open champion determined to make success rather than falling short his season’s ...

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ZIM AND SA SET UP FINAL CLASH

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THE Mighty Warriors thrust themselves in line to defend their Cosafa Women’s Championship football title after walloping Kenya in the semi-finals at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday. KENYA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 ZIMBABWE . . . . . . . . .(2) 4 ZAMBIA . . . . . ...

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HARARE CITY LOOK BEYOND BOSSO

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HARARE City coach Philani Ncube has said his team is desperate to win the Chibuku Super Cup to salvage what has been a disappointing season for the Premiership football club. BY HENRY MHARA City, who won the tournament in 2015, open their account with a first round clash against Highlanders on Sunday at Mandava Stadium in Zvishavane, with the winner ...

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