Thursday, September 27, 2018

Light At The End Of Tunnel For Zimbabwe Foreign Born Players As Government Agreed To Help!

Good News For Foreign Born Players As government finally agreed to assist with passports.

It has taken for ever to effect, but we are finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Zimbabwe government has finally agreed to assist talented players who were born outside of the country to acquire dual citizenship to represent Zimbabwe Warriors at international level.

Warriors manager Mr. Wellington Mpandare confirmed the news on Thursday evening to after Zimbabwe Foreign League on twitter posted a copy of Tendayi Darikwa's passport.

"Yes, its true (Tendayi) Darikwa's passports is out. The government has agreed to help", said Mpandare.

"Other players can also be assisted if they send their papers to the embassy by tommorow they will receive their passports by Tuesday."

Zimbabwe law currently does not recognize dual citizenship which prohibited these youngsters who were born outside of the country to acquire Zimbabwe passports as most of them are now citizens of their host nations.

But after the herculean work of Warriors manager, Mr. Wellington Mpandare to see these youngsters in Warriors colors, the Zimbabwe government has finally agreed to help them acquire passports to represent Zimbabwe.

The likes of fan favorite Leyton Orient hot shot Macauley Bonne, Bradford City left-back Adam Chicksen, Reading FC young midfielder Andy Rinomhota, Germany based Rondinghausen midfielder Kelvin Lunga Jnr,  Celtic midfielder Kundai Benyu and Leicester City's Admiral Muskwe who were once drafted in the Warriors squads before, could finally see their dream come true of representing the country of their origin if they get selected in the team.

The honors is now on Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambga who has now been presented with a wide platform to select his squad from and to come up with a strong team that will take the whole Africa by surprise.


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