Zimbabwe National Army condemns violence by Highlanders fans

Speaking during the handover ceremony of soccer kits by the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA), Brigadier General Tendai Elliot Dzirutwe said that the Zimbabwe National Army gets worried by acts of violence during soccer matches.

Said Dzirutwe:

We also get worried when we sense of hooliganism such as the one that recently took place at Babourfields during the match between Highlanders and Dynamos. It’s not good for our football. As the Zimbabwe National Army we believe in discipline and so as the army we do not condone hooliganism, we do not like such behaviour and we don’t want to see violence. Where should be entertainment let there be entertainment.

Dzirutwe also formally congratulated Chiyangwa on his appointment to the CAF  Nations Cup organising committee.

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One Comment on “Zimbabwe National Army condemns violence by Highlanders fans

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