The Castle Premier Soccer League match between Bulawayo City Football Club and CAPS United which was supposed to be played on July 22 has been postponed. A new date will be announced in due course.
The game was postponed due to the absence of CAPS United’s Ronald “Rooney” Chitiyo, striker Abbas Amidu and midfielder Moses Muchenje who are part of the national team who will play Namibia in a decisive CHAN qualifier match on Sunday at the National Sports stadium.
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Bulawayo City Football Club is a Zimbabwean club based in Bulawayo. It plays in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League. The club is owned by Bulawayo City Council. In August 2016 its technical staff was implicated in a match fixing scandal resulting in their suspension by... Read More About Bulawayo City Football Club
Moses Muchenje is a Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 16 December 1991. He is a former player for Caps United Football Club as a midfielder. Read More About Moses Muchenje
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