Former Warriors Coach, Misheck Chidzambwa, Dies
Former Warriors coach and captain Misheck Chidzambwa, has died, reported Soccer24.
Details of Chidzambwa’s death are still sketchy but the former defender, brother to former Warriors coach Sunday, had been ill for a long time.
His wife Eusebia told the publication at some point last year that Chidzambwa had not been well since May 2020.
Chidzambwa had surgery to remove a growth in the stomach last year. Speaking to The Herald from a hospital bed in September, he said:
I haven’t been feeling well since the coronavirus lockdown started.
But, I must say my condition is stable and there is nothing to worry about.
Chidzambwa was the first national team captain to lift silverware for the country when the Warriors won the CECAFA Senior Challenge at Rufaro in 1985.
He is also the first coach to guide Zimbabwe to a title when the Warriors lifted the COSAFA Cup in the year 2000.
At club level, Chidzambwa won seven titles with his beloved Dynamos.
Source | Soccer24
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