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Best team played for
Paphos FC in Cyprus. That was the only time I felt at home in Europe. Joel Luphahla and Zenzo Moyo played a big role in helping me settle in.
Best opponent faced
Locally, it was Tinashe Nengomasha while still at Black Aces juniors and I was a junior at Darryn T. It was always a tough battle, but I always won. Internationally, it has to be Ferdinand Colly of Senegal. He was a strong and clever defender who always gave me a good run. Against him, it was a battle of Rastas!
Best goal scored
Every goal I scored for the Warriors was very important, particularly those that helped our cause to qualify for the 2006 African Nations Cup. If I have to choose one, I will go for the one I scored in Gabon. Credit should go to Ronald Sibanda, who supplied a great pass.
Best match I played
It was during the same qualifiers when we played Angola and beat them 2-0. I scored one of the goals and was chosen Man of the Match. It was the first time I played alongside Benjani, Peter Ndlovu and my best friend, Cephas Chimedza.
Best coach played under
I have to give credit to two coaches who nurtured me because I believe at between 15 and 18 years, that’s when you develop as a player. As such, I would say Wieslaw Grabowski and Steve Kwashi. I felt their passion for the game the first time I met them.
Best venue played at
I have played in a lot of beautiful stadiums but the National Sports Stadium holds great memories for me.
Best strike partner
I enjoyed playing alongside Benjani. It was easy to play with him because he was an out-and-out target man and I was more like a supporting striker. We just complemented each other.
Best player to emerge from Zimbabwe.
Peter ‘Natty’ Ndlovu. There is no doubt and no need to explain why! I was blessed to play with this gentleman.Post published in: Football