Lloyd Chitembwe
Lloyd Chitembwe
Born (1971-06-21) June 21, 1971 (age 49)
  • Football Coach.
EmployerCAPS United Football Club

Lloyd Chitembwe is one of the most talented midfielders to have played for CAPS United Football Club He was part of the all conquering squad assembled by Charles Mhlauri which clinched back to back titles during the 2004 and 2005 soccer seasons. He is the current coach at Harare City Football Club after joining them from CAPS United Football Club on 19 August 2019.[1]


Lloyd was born in June 21, 1971.[2]


Chitembwe assumed legendary status at the Green machine where he was well known for his midfield brilliance and hard tackling.[3] He was part of the CAPS team that won the league title in 1996, a feat he went on to duplicate two consecutive times under one of the best coaches to come out of Zimbabwe, Charles Mhlauri.

Coaching career

After hanging his boots, Chitembwe ventured into coaching which also saw him becoming the head coach of CAPS United, amid mixed fortunes. He was also the head coach at division one side, Starbill Football Club. There were also reports that linked him to a coaching post at FC Platinum in 2012 but the move did not materialise.[4] It was at Starbill that he was almost sacked by the management after it was alleged that he did not show up for training. In September 2015 he was again appointed head coach of CAPS United.[5].He joined Harare City Football Club after leaving CAPS United Football Club on 19 August 2019.[1]

National Team

Lloyd had several caps for the Zimbabwe national team and was part of the qualifying team for 2004 Tunisia AFCON finals under Sunday Chidzambwa.

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In 2011, the former CAPS United captain was alleged to have wrecked a seventeen-year-old marriage after he had an affair with one Joyce Muchairi.[6] Despite the woman admitting to having an affair with Chitembwe, the former CAPS United playmaker insisted that he had not had an affair with Joyce.


Lloyd Chitembwe is the only player in the history of CAPS United to feature in all three league championship-winning teams in the post-Independence era[3]


  1. 1.0 1.1 [1], ZimEye, Published: August 19, 2019, Retrieved: August 25, 2019
  2. Lloyd Chitembwe, Transfer Market, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: April 17, 2015
  3. 3.0 3.1 Robson Sharuko CAPS to rock and roll, The Herald, Published: March 28, Retrieved: April 17, 2015
  4. Ellina Mhlanga Chitembwe on his way out?, The Herald, Published: July 31, 2014, Retrieved: April 17, 2015
  5. Caps United announce Chitembwe as new head coach, Soccer 24, Published: September 1, 2015, Retrieved: September 1, 2015
  6. Nyore Madzianike ‘Lloyd Chitembwe stole my wife of 17 yrs’, H Metro, Published: January 22, 2011, Retrieved: April 17, 2015