Zimbabwe’s former player, head coach retires from football #Uganda

Sunday Marimo “Mhofu” Chidzambwa, the former head coach Zimbabwe national team footballer and head coach has officially retired from football.

Chidzambwa officially announced his retirement from
the beautiful game on Thursday, 26th March 2020 after more than 20
years of active service.

The 68 year old was born in Enkeldoorn city in
Zimbabwe.

His younger brother Misheck was also a Zimbabwean
international player who later became a coach.

He played as a defender for Dynamos, with whom he
won five league championships.

Chidzambwa also played at international level for
Zimbabwe, appearing in a FIFA World Cup qualifying match in 1980.

After retiring as a player, he went on to manage
Dynamos, the Zimbabwe national team (in 2004 at the 2004 African Cup of Nations
and 2007, and South African team Umtata Bush Bucks, where he was unable to take
up the position because he lost his passport; he was replaced by Clemens
Westerhof.

Ismael Kiyonga | Kawowo Sports Sunday Marimo “Mhofu” Chidzambwa

He was re-appointed manager of Zimbabwe in November
2008, leaving in May 2010 to manage South Africa’s Free State Stars.

Marimo quit Free State Stars in August 2010, later
becoming manager of Black Leopards.

On 20 October 2012 was banned by the FIFA and ZIFA
for match fixing the next 10 years.

He was appointed as one of three Zimbabwe national
team coaches in July 2017.

He resigned from the Zimbabwe national team in July 2019 after a disastrous AFCON 2019 Championship held in Egypt.

Ismael Kiyonga | Kawowo Sports Sunday Chidzambwa addressing a press conference at AFCON 2019 in Egypt

Profile:

Full Name: Sunday Marimo Chidzambwa

Nick-Name: Mhofu

Date of Birth: 4th May 1952 (age 67)

Place of Birth: Enkeldoorn, Southern Rhodesia

Playing position: Defender

Senior playing
career:
Dynamos              

National team: Zimbabwe               

Teams managed

  • 2000-2003: Dynamos
  • 2003–2004:Zimbabwe
  • 2004: Umtata
    Bush Bucks
  • 2007: Zimbabwe
  • 2008–2010: Zimbabwe
  • 2010: Free
    State Stars
  • 2010–2012: Black Leopards
  • 2017–2019: Zimbabwe

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