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Former Dynamos and Zimbabwe Warriors midfielder dies

The Sunday Mail has given a sad report using its Twitter channel that the former Black Rhinos captain and the 2002 Soccer Star of the Year finalist, Gift “Guava” Kamuriwo, has passed away.The details are still not clear as to what led to his death , but according to the report given so far , the former Zimbabwe national soccer team player was not feeling well for quite some time.

Born in 1974 , Gift Kamuriwo attended Nemakonde High School and played his professional football between 1993 and 2006.He played for Mhangura Football Club, Jets Football Club , Dynamos Football Club and Black Rhinos Football Club. He won Black Rhinos' golden boot award in 2002 as an attacking midfielder, and was the first runner up in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League that same year.In that same year , it is when he earned himself the national team call up.

In 2012 after hanging his boots , he served as a coach at an army side Seven Flame and he also served as an assistant coach at Cranborne Bullets Football Club.He would go back to Black Rhinos as a Manager, but would be dismised following a match fixing scandal in 2019.

As this is still a developing story, information on the burial arrangements is yet to be communicated.


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