Brighton Tuwaya
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BornBrighton Tuwaya
(1982-08-06)August 6, 1982
Occupation
  • Footballer
EmployerSimba Bhora
Known forBeing part of the Dynamos Football Club team that reached the 2008 CAF Champions League semi finals


Brighton Tuwaya is a Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 6 August 1982 and currently plays for the ZIFA Northern Region Division One side Simba Bhora.[1] He is a former player for Dynamos Football Club and the now defunct Lancashire Steel Football Club as a defender.

Background

Brighton Tuwaya was born on 6 August 1982. He played his junior football for National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) Juniors. He started his professional career playing for the now defunct Lancashire Steel in Kwekwe before joining Dynamos Football Club.

Career

Tuwaya played for the now defunct Kwekwe based Lancashire Steel Football Club before joining Harare giants Dynamos Football Club. He was part of the Dynamos team that reached the 2008 CAF Champions League Semi Finals which they lost to Coton Sport of Cameroon 5-0 on aggregate. Tuwaya left Dynamos and played for other teams like Shabanie Mine. He later joined FC Strikers in the ZIFA Central Region Division One in 2012 where spent the whole season.[2]

2008 Champions League Team - Tuwaya Front Row Far (R)

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References

  1. Langton Nyakwenda, [1], The Sunday Mail, Published: November 17, 2019, Retrieved: December 17, 2019
  2. [2], The Daily News, Published: September 18, 2012, Retrieved: December 17, 2019