Zimbabwe National team recently qualified for the African Confederation Cup of Nations to be held in Cameroon in June 2022.Together with Malawi, these are the only two teams that will be representing Southern Africa after a dismal performance from Bafana Bafana and the likes.
Football loving Zimbos and South Africans turned out in their millions to watch their very own el-classico. The drama that ensued was a slap in the face of all devout football fans. Amateurish SouthAfrican side held a seemingly lethal Zim-side to a goal-less draw in the later's own backyard.
President Mnangagwa’s Government spokesman Nick Mangwana continues to embarrass himself and his boss with lies.He said that Prince William asked Mnangagwa how he could meet Zimbabwean footballer Marvelous Nakamba, Nick lied because the prince has already met with Nakamba, propaganda doesn’t work in the social media age.
Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba was remembered by the Zimbabwean team for the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Bafana and Ethiopia, but two big names have been forgotten. Exam: Ghana Announces Team For Bafana The Warriors have only one pride to play for, as their final matchday loss to Ghana put an end to their expectations of qualifying for the World Cup the following year.
It is definitely true what they say that hard work really pays off. From the looks of things from their successful football careers to their hefty bank accounts that allow them to live the most luxurious lives which most of us can only dream of. We all can agree that Zimbabwean footballers, Marvelous Nakamba and Tino Kadewere have made wise decisions in choosing their respective close associates, as well as good career managers.
Football is a rewarding career.Besides the big bucks and the fame, footballers also get to meet world leaders and royalty.That was the mood in England yesterday when Zimbabwe international midfielder Marvelous Nakamba met British Royal family member Prince William.Prince William is the Duke of Cambridge.
It is bad news for the Zimbabwean International midfielder Marvelous Nakamba as he will not be available to take part in Zimbabwe's national soccer team assignments.
My Personal Opinion Sometimes I feel ashamed to call myself Zimbabwean. I wonder how I can be proud of being Zimbabwean when we have foolish citizens who will get angry over somebody's political affiliation. I was ashamed by the way Mdc hooligans are behaving after Nakambas visited the president.
Tables finally seem to be turning in the favour of Zimbabwean born midfielder, Marvelous Nakamba. On Sunday the 23rd of May 2021, he made his 50th appearance for Aston Villa since his arrival in the summer of 2019. He was paired in the midfield with John McGinn for the second successive match.
At a time when many prophets all over Africa have been under scrutiny, a Zimbabwean prophet has raffled feathers with a bizarre claim that his the reason behind Marvelous Nakamba's steady rise. Nakamba is currently the only Zimbabwean plying his trade in the lucrative English Premier League.
Footballers are always looked up to by their fans and their lives are always put under the media's spotlight. Every move that they make is documented and spread around the world within a matter of seconds all thanks to social media. People want to know things like: which model they are dating, or how many luxury cars and houses do they own. Many footballers also have interest outside of their football careers. Today we are looking at the success of Marvelous Nakamba as a businessman.Marvelous Nakamba is a Zimbabwean
Not only are they in the country,they are in a camp and trained with the rest of the team at the National Sports Stadium today. Due to covid 19's restrictions ,the Aston Villa midfielder was not allowed to join his national team for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers .
Zimbabwean international Marvelous nakamba has taken to twitter to apologise for missing a decisive spot kick as his side crushed out if the Carabao league cup. A blented Aston Villa side managed to hold European Champions Chelsea to a 1-1 draw and the match proceeded to the dreaded penalty shot outs.
We are the democrats ready to replace the Zanu pf government because they don't practice democracyThen citizens in Zimbabwe practice their democratic rights of freedom of association they are attacked left right and center. Java, Nakamba,Sulu, Mai Titi, Kadewere and many are victims of harassment by MDC Chamisa supporters, just for practicing freedom of affiliation.
The worst thing about a reunion event is it's ending. The end comes after all the champagne has been popped, the sumptuous meals devoured, the dance floor stampeded and the memories sparked. A worthy night that ends in tears. English Premiership side Aston Villa are four games away from waving goodbye to the elite league unless they can pull up a draconian act. Their results since the resumption of the league has spelt all doom and gloom. Villa have struggled to gain the form that took them to the 2020 league
Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane gave shocking news about his future coaching work on the African continent. The former Mamelodi Sundowns boss revealed that he hopes to coach a rather surprising team on a national level. Mosimane, currently in charge of the "Century Club" Al Ahly, spoke highly of the Mali national team and, at the same time, opened his dream of one day coaching the Mali national team.
Zimbabwe Public group as of late qualified for the African Confederation Cup of Countries to be held in Cameroon in June 2022.Along with Malawi, these are the lone two groups that will address Southern Africa after a troubling execution from Bafana and the preferences.
Marvelous Nakamba (born 19 January 1994) is a Zimbabwean professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Premier League club Aston Villa and the Zimbabwe national team.Marvelous Nakamba Personal information Full name Marvelous Nakamba Date of birth 19 January 1994 (age 27) Place of birth Hwange, Zimbabwe Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Position(s) Central midfielder Club information Current team Aston Villa Number 19 Club career Early career Born in Hwange near Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, Nakamba made his senior debuts with local Bantu Rovers in 2010, aged 16.He left the country in July 2012, and had trials at French side Nancy.