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Prophet Magaya, Mandigora in 33-member Warriors legends squad

08/11/2017 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
Part of the Warriors Legends squad ... Walter Magaya
 
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PROPHET Walter Magaya and amputee coach David Mandigora, also former soccer star of the year, have been drafted into the technical team of a 33 member Warriors legends squad set to clash with Spanish heavyweights FC Barcelona’s own legends in an international exhibition match in Harare this Sunday.

The match shall also see two of the three Ndlovu brothers and the twin sensation of the Mugeyi brothers take part in the high profile friendly set for the National Sports Stadium.

Former Warriors captain and the country’s most capped footballer Peter Ndlovu will reunite with his brother Madinda while Willard and William Mugeyi shall remind soccer enthusiasts of their playing days.

Both sets of brothers ignited the local and international football scene late 1980s and into the 1990s.

Other exciting inclusions to the Warriors legends squad are former Manchester City star Benjani Mwaruwari, former Belgian export Moses Chunga, former Dream Team defender Ephraim Chawanda and legendary short stopper Japhet Mparutsa.

FC Platinum gaffer and former Warriors defence pillar Norman Mapeza is also part of a squad that features ex-Warriors players Kennedy Nagoli, Esrom Nyandoro, Callisto Pasuwa and Thulani Ncube among others.

Former Warriors and current ZPC Kariba coach Sunday Chidzambwa will head the technical department with Magaya assuming the role of chief liaison officer.

Below is the entire team per each department and technical backup;

Goalkeepers
Brenna Msiska
Muzondiwa Mugadza
Gift Muzadzi
Japhet Mparutsa

Defenders
Ephraim Chawanda
Engelbrecht Dinha
Charles Yohane
Dumisani Mpofu
Dezzy Kapenya
Bekhithemba Ndlovu
Innocent Chikoya
Harrington Shereni
Thulani Biya Ncube
Norman Mapeza
Kaitano Tembo
Midfielders
Calisto Pasuwa
Lloyd Chitembwe
Johannes Ngodzo
Kennedy Nagoli
Moses Chunga
Esrom Nyandoro
Tinashe Nengomasha
Joel Lupahla
Desmond Maringwa

Strikers
Edward Sadomba
Agent Sawu
Zenzo Moyo
Benjani Mwaruwari
Peter Ndlovu
Madinda Ndlovu
William Mugeyi
Wilfred Mugeyi
Ian Gorowa



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TECHNICAL TEAM

Head Coach
Sunday Chidzambwa
Assistant Coaches
Rahman Gumbo
David Mandigora

Physiotherapist
Kilian Kadye

Team Doctor
Dr Nick Munyonga

Chief Liaison Officer
Prophet Walter Magaya

Team Manager
Ernest Maphepha Sibanda – ZIFA


 
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