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'''Blessing Nyamuzihwa''' is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for [[CAPS United Football Club]].  
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'''Blessing Nyamuzihwa''' is a Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 23 December 1999. He is a former player for [[CAPS United Football Club]] as an attacking midfielder.
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== Background ==
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He was born on the 23rd of December in 1999 in [[Harare]]. Besides playing football Blessing was also good at athletics for he was a constant feature in the school teams. His preferred career if he was not a footballer was to be an electrician. During his primary school days he was snubbed by his coaches because of his small frame but found  break through during his high school days at Kuwadzana 1 High School when doing his Form two the first team coach Agrippa Chenjerai had trust in him and drafted him into the school's first team. He was scouted by Prince Edward whilst playing for Kuwadzana 1 High School and then he had to transfer to the school for his forms 3 and 4. After Prince Edward he attended trials at CAPS United in 2015 and impressed the then head coach Mark Harrison who signed the young boy.
  
 
==Education==
 
==Education==
  
 
Blessing Nyamuzihwa attended [[Prince Edward High School]].<ref name="Sports">[http://sportszone.co.zw/?p=4279 Nyamuzihwa thrown into deep end], ''SportsZone'', Published: March 15, 2015, Retrieved: August 6, 2015</ref>
 
Blessing Nyamuzihwa attended [[Prince Edward High School]].<ref name="Sports">[http://sportszone.co.zw/?p=4279 Nyamuzihwa thrown into deep end], ''SportsZone'', Published: March 15, 2015, Retrieved: August 6, 2015</ref>
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==Career==
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Nyamuzihwa first played for [[Prince Edward High School]] before joining [[CAPS United Football Club]].<ref name="Herald">Eddie Chikamhi, [http://www.herald.co.zw/mburayis-makepekepe-deal-close/ Mbuyai's Makepekepe deal close], ''Herald'', Published: February 6, 2015, Retrieved: August 6, 2015</ref> Nyamuzihwa played for [[CAPS United Football Club]] in 2015 in the Zimbabwean Premier Soccer League before being released mid year after the club cited financial constarints hence he was sacrificed. His debut match was a Harare Derby against [[Dynamos Football Club]] in the ZNA Charity Shield in which they lost 1-0 at [[Rufaro Stadium]]. After being released by CAPS United the young man was lured by [[David Kutyauripo]] to join Harare City Cubs a feeder club to [[Harare City Football Club]]. He also represented the country playing for the U17 as well as the AUSC Zone 5 Games in 2015 and 2016
  
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==National Team==
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Blessing has 8 caps playing for the Zimbabwe national U17 team
  
                     
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== Teams Played For ==
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*[[CAPS United Football Club]]
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*Harare City Cubs
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* [[Peter Ndlovu]]
 
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* [[Stewart Murisa]]
 
* [[Murape Murape]]
 
* [[Rahman Gumbo]]
 
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==Career==
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==Awards==
Nyamuzihwa first played for [[Prince Edward High School]] before joining [[CAPS United Football Club]].<ref name="Herald">Eddie Chikamhi, [http://www.herald.co.zw/mburayis-makepekepe-deal-close/ Mbuyai's Makepekepe deal close], ''Herald'', Published: February 6, 2015, Retrieved: August 6, 2015</ref>
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Blessing won Silver medal during the 2015 AUSC Zone 5 games in 2015 and a gold medal in 2016 in the same tournament.
  
 
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[[Category:Footballers]]

Latest revision as of 09:04, 6 November 2019

Blessing Nyamuzihwa
Blessing Nyamuzihwa, CAPS United Football Club, Football
Image Via SportsZone
BornBlessing Nyamuzihwa
Kuwadzana Maternity Clinic
ResidenceZimbabwe
NationalityZimbabwean
EducationPrince Edward High School
Occupation
  • Footballer
Known forBeing the youngest to feature in the Harare Derby
Home townHarare
Parent(s)Wilfred Nyamuzihwa and Theresa Mekia

Blessing Nyamuzihwa is a Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 23 December 1999. He is a former player for CAPS United Football Club as an attacking midfielder.

Background

He was born on the 23rd of December in 1999 in Harare. Besides playing football Blessing was also good at athletics for he was a constant feature in the school teams. His preferred career if he was not a footballer was to be an electrician. During his primary school days he was snubbed by his coaches because of his small frame but found break through during his high school days at Kuwadzana 1 High School when doing his Form two the first team coach Agrippa Chenjerai had trust in him and drafted him into the school's first team. He was scouted by Prince Edward whilst playing for Kuwadzana 1 High School and then he had to transfer to the school for his forms 3 and 4. After Prince Edward he attended trials at CAPS United in 2015 and impressed the then head coach Mark Harrison who signed the young boy.

Education

Blessing Nyamuzihwa attended Prince Edward High School.[1]

Career

Nyamuzihwa first played for Prince Edward High School before joining CAPS United Football Club.[2] Nyamuzihwa played for CAPS United Football Club in 2015 in the Zimbabwean Premier Soccer League before being released mid year after the club cited financial constarints hence he was sacrificed. His debut match was a Harare Derby against Dynamos Football Club in the ZNA Charity Shield in which they lost 1-0 at Rufaro Stadium. After being released by CAPS United the young man was lured by David Kutyauripo to join Harare City Cubs a feeder club to Harare City Football Club. He also represented the country playing for the U17 as well as the AUSC Zone 5 Games in 2015 and 2016

National Team

Blessing has 8 caps playing for the Zimbabwe national U17 team

Teams Played For

Awards

Blessing won Silver medal during the 2015 AUSC Zone 5 games in 2015 and a gold medal in 2016 in the same tournament.

Picture Gallery


References

  1. Nyamuzihwa thrown into deep end, SportsZone, Published: March 15, 2015, Retrieved: August 6, 2015
  2. Eddie Chikamhi, Mbuyai's Makepekepe deal close, Herald, Published: February 6, 2015, Retrieved: August 6, 2015