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    Tuesday, 17 October 2017

    Shabani Mine’s fairy tale continues


    ZVISHAVANE – Zvishavane based Premiership outfit Shabani Mine FC's fairy tale for a maiden appearance on the African safari through clinching the Chibuku Super Cup and  escaping  relegation drew closer after their match with Caps United was abandoned in the 65th minute last Sunday at Maglas stadium while leading 1-0.
     The match officials had to call off the match in the 65th minute after some Caps United supporters threw missiles and injured the far side assistant referee Thomas Kusosa who had denied Makepekepe's Kudzi Nyamufukudze 65th minute goal by raising his offside flag.
    The last result increased Chinda boys' unbeatable streak to six in all competitions after beating Ngezi 1-0 at home, drawing with Chapungu 0-0 at Ascot stadium, beating ZPC Kariba 2-0 at Nyamhunga, drawing with top of the table former giants Dynamos 1-1 at home, beating  Bantu Rovers 3-1 at Luveve before beating Caps 1-0 in the abandoned match.
    This Friday they play Chicken Inn.
    Team coach Takesure Chiragwi said although Chicken Inn is a good team that is in the championship race, Shabani will fight to collect maximum points to escape relegation.
    Shabani will face How Mine FC if they are awarded the abandoned match. In PSL they seat on 15th position with 30 points while those above are Harare City 31, Yadah 32, Bulawayo City 32, Chapungu 33 and Triangle 36.
    Chiragwi also paid tribute to the fans for their support in their last matches and urged them to continue rallying behind the team in order to avoid relegation.sport news
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