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==Career==
 
==Career==
Abel during the prime of his career played for [[Chapungu Football Club]] and the national team under 23. The Him and his twin brother [[Cain Muteji]] were part of the classy Zimbabwe Under-23 team that came close to winning the 1995 All-Africa Games gold medal. During their time they also lost in the final qualifier of the Atlanta 1996 Olympics to a Nigerian Under-23 side. <ref>Top 10 Most Popular Zimbabwean Soccer Siblings Part 2, Youth Village, Retrieved 23 August 2019, http://youthvillage.co.zw/2015/10/top-10-most-popular-zimbabwean-soccer-siblingspart2/</ref>
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Abel during the prime of his career played for [[Chapungu Football Club]] and the national team. Him and his twin brother [[Cain Muteji]] were part of the classy Zimbabwe Under-23 team that came close to winning the 1995 All-Africa Games gold medal. During their time they also lost in the final qualifier of the Atlanta 1996 Olympics to a Nigerian Under-23 side. <ref>Top 10 Most Popular Zimbabwean Soccer Siblings Part 2, Youth Village, Retrieved 23 August 2019, http://youthvillage.co.zw/2015/10/top-10-most-popular-zimbabwean-soccer-siblingspart2/</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 20:29, 23 August 2019

Abel Muteji
BornAbel Muteji
RelativesCain Muteji Brother

Abel Muteji was one of The Dream Team Under 23 players who rose to fame for agonisingly coming close to winning the 1995 All-Africa Games gold medal. Abel is one of the most celebrated footballers of yesteryear.

Background

Abel came from Midlands and Chiredzi. He was born and raised in those parts of the country.

Career

Abel during the prime of his career played for Chapungu Football Club and the national team. Him and his twin brother Cain Muteji were part of the classy Zimbabwe Under-23 team that came close to winning the 1995 All-Africa Games gold medal. During their time they also lost in the final qualifier of the Atlanta 1996 Olympics to a Nigerian Under-23 side. [1]

References

  1. Top 10 Most Popular Zimbabwean Soccer Siblings Part 2, Youth Village, Retrieved 23 August 2019, http://youthvillage.co.zw/2015/10/top-10-most-popular-zimbabwean-soccer-siblingspart2/