Bat­tle lines have

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Uriri for al­legedly con­ven­ing an un­sanc­tioned meet­ing a week af­ter also ban­ning High­landers CEO Ndu­miso Gumede and sus­pend­ing chair­man Peter Dube from foot­ball.

“Zifa has pro­vi­sion­ally sus­pended Uriri from as­so­ci­a­tion foot­ball with im­me­di­ate ef­fect for breach­ing the statutes of the con­sti­tu­tion and, at an un­sanc­tioned PSL meet­ing, also in­cited clubs to defy Zifa by urg­ing them to act against a de­ci­sion passed by congress,” read a state­ment is­sued by Zifa.

But at­tor­ney Uriri, on be­half of all 16 Pre­mier League teams, is tak­ing the fight back to Zifa and is chal­leng­ing the de­ci­sion to in­crease the num­ber of pro­moted teams to

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OUT OF MY WAY: Mef­foume­tou Tcheno Falone of Cameroon chal­lenges Nothando Vi­lakazi of South Africa dur­ing their Women’s Africa Cup of Na­tions match at the Yaounde Sta­dium. Cameroon won 1-0.

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