Monday, April 9, 2018

Former Manchester United Junior Player, Shepherd Murombedzi Finds His Form At High Flying Brackley Town

Zimbabwe-born rising star, Shepherd Murombedzi seems to have settled well at high flying National League North side, Brackley Town FC after scoring three goals already in six appearances for the team.

The 23-year-old former Reading and Manchester United juniors' player who is more comfortable on the left wing or left back, signed for Brackley Town in February after spending less than two months with Chester.

The Harare-born youngster who relocated to Oxford, England with his parents at the age of four, has played for many English lower league clubs including Torquay and Solihull Moors where he had little success.

But, the youngster looks ready to take his career to another level, having already scored three times in six appearances for the in-form Brackley Town FC, who are now third on the log with 71 points from 36 matches so far this season.

Murombedzi was part of the Manchester United Juniors team that competed against big teams like, PSG and Atletico Madrid at the Nike Juniors Club World Cup in 2008 after signing from Reading FC when he was only 14-years of age and will be aiming to continue with good form to get a chance to break into the Warriors national team.


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