Willard Manyatera
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BornWillard Manyatera
(1985-08-06) August 6, 1985 (age 35)
Chiredzi, Zimbabwe
ResidenceMozambique
NationalityZimbabwean
EducationTerry Goss High School
Occupation
  • Footballer
Years active2006 - present
EmployerClube Ferroviario de Beira
Known forLeading Dynamos to the 2008 CAF Champions League semi-final
Home townTriangle
PredecessorBrian Ndlovu
SuccessorWashington Arubi

Willard Manyatera is a Zimbabwean footballer who has played for a number of local football clubs in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League and currently plays for Clube Ferreviario de Beira in Mozambique. He is a former player of Dynamos Football Club as a goalkeeper. He was part of the 2008 team that reached the CAF Champions League semi-finals.

Background

Manyatera was born on 6 August 1985.[1]

Football career

Willard started his professional career playing for Dynamos Football Club straight from Triangle and in his first season at the club he helped them win a double in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League by clinching the league title after 10 years of trying as well as the CBZ FA Cup. He then was part of the team that reached the 2008 CAF Champions league semi-final where they lost 5-0 on aggregate to Coton Sport of Cameroon. He left Dynamos for Black Mambas in 2010 and later on went to play for the now defunct Shooting Stars before crossing to neighboring Mozambique to join Ferroviaro de Beita in 2012.

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References

  1. , [1],Transfer Market, Retrieved: 04 January 2020"