“It was a difficult decision to make after three years of inaction,” Mushangazhike told The Zimbabwean. “After a lengthy conversation with Coach Nesbert Saruchera, I eventually agreed to come and help move the team out of the relegation zone. The club belongs in the PSL and my major goal is to help them remain there. I was busy with grass-roots programs, which I am still involved in despite my role at Rhinos.”
Mushangazhike said he was happy to be playing a pivotal role in the team. “Management is also happy with my contributions despite my age. Football is not about age, but capabilities. I will use my experience to make sure that Chipembere escapes relegation,” added the player, who comes from a soccer playing family and began his professional career with the now-defunct Fire Batteries and Blackpool. He later joined the now-defunct Manning Rangers in South Africa, where he once won the SA league trophy, was voted Player of the Year and also scooped the Top goal-scorer award.