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Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League Promises to Tackle Hooliganism

  • Gibbs Dube

Premier Soccer League chief executive, Kennedy Ndebele, says all is ready for the 2015 season which kicks off next Saturday.

Ndebele told VOA Studio 7 they expect a competitive season though everyone is worried about soccer hooliganism.

Some Caps United players were recently attacked by some people believed to be Highlanders fans following a match at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo after the club lost in the semi-finals of the Bob 91 Cup.

The Cup is named after President Robert Mugabe, who recently turned 91 and has ruled the country for more than 34 years.