Highlanders Football Club has written to the Premier Soccer League to voice their disatisfaction with how their match against Dynamos was officiated by Masvingo match referee, Arnold Ncube and his assistants. This follows’s Zifa’s unprecedented decision to overturn a red card which was given to Dynamos striker Christian Ntouba Epoupa. Highlanders is now demanding to be awarded a penalty which they argue the referee denied them. They are also demanding to be declared the winners of the match. Highlanders also suggested that Epoupa’s goal should have been cancelled as it was scored from offside position Excepts from the letter read:
…Award our team a penalty for the incident against Godfrey Makaruse, which penalty we will be willing to travel to Harare and take.
…Finally confirm the obvious conclusion that our club is therefore the winner of the said match.
We are fully cognisant of the decision by the Zifa referees’ committee to set aside the red card shown to Dynamos’ Christian Epoupa Ntouba during the game in question and note the expedient consideration applied in this instance.
Highlanders Football Club popularly known as Bosso is one the oldest football clubs in Zimbabwe which was formed in 1926 and is based in Bulawayo.Its current coach is Erol Akbay and Barbourfields Stadium is the home ground of the team. The team has so far won 9 Premier Soccer League (PSL) titles, 6 independent trophies and it has also played in the CAF Champions League. In 2013, the team won the Mbada Diamonds Cup. Read More
Football in Zimbabwe cannot be fully understood without mentioning the Premier Soccer League. The Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League is the country’s top flight football league which runs every year with about 16 teams from different regions of the country. The football initiative which is the biggest the country is run by the national soccer governing body; Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) which is also falls under the international body FIFA. Caps United Football Club are the 2016 Castle Premier Soccer League champions after they ended an 11 year wait by defeating Chapungu 1- 0 at Ascot Stadium in Gweru on 26 November 2016. Read More
Godfrey Makaruse is a Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 02-Sep-96. He is a former player for Highlanders Juniors as a striker. Read More