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|Education||University of South Africa|
|Known for||Played for the Zimbabwean Warriors|
Robson "Robbo" Chisango is a former footballer who played for local clubs such as Black Rhinos Football Club as well as the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team.
Chisango attended Rakodzi High School in Marondera.
Chisango began his career aged seven on the streets of Rujeko, Marondera, where he played with plastic balls. He moved through the ranks of local side COSCO, where he played in their junior structures alongside close friends Witness Chinoza and Steven Sunday. Chisango’s rise to stardom followed his signing with Rhinos in 1997, aged 21. Chisango’s talents made him a household name. His contribution to the Warriors between 1999 and 2003 can never be forgotten - he scored one of the goals as Zimbabwe routed Lesotho 6-0 on aggregate to lift their first ever Cosafa regional trophy in 2000. At Black Rhinos, Chisango was part of the invincible combination which included the likes of Lazarus Muhoni and Gift Kamuriwo. As things were souring economically, Chisango went to Botswana, where he played for PSL side, BMC for half a season in 2008.