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'''Cain Muteji''' was one of Zimbabwe's great player who played for the National Soccer Team [[Zimbabwe Warriors|The Dream Team]] under 23. Together with his twin brother [[Abel Muteji]] The twins took Zimbabwe football by storm back in the mid-90s.  
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'''Cain Muteji''' was one of Zimbabwe's greatest football players, who during his time played for the National Soccer Team [[Zimbabwe Warriors|The Dream Team]] under 23. Together with his twin brother [[Abel Muteji]] The twins took Zimbabwe football by storm back in the mid-90s.  
  
 
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Cain came from Midlands<ref>Moyo twins living the dream, The Standard, Published 8 January 2018, Retrieved 23 August 2019, https://www.thestandard.co.zw/2018/01/08/moyo-twins-living-dream/</ref> and was born and raised in that part of the country till his debut at both Chapungu and the national team.
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Cain came from Midlands<ref>Moyo twins living the dream, The Standard, Published 8 January 2018, Retrieved 23 August 2019, https://www.thestandard.co.zw/2018/01/08/moyo-twins-living-dream/</ref> (with some roots in [[Chiredzi]]<ref>The sorry tale of neglect in Chiredzi, Newsday, Published 30 September 2017, Retrieved 23 August 2019, https://www.newsday.co.zw/2017/09/sorry-tale-neglect-chiredzi/</ref> and was born and raised in that part of the country till his debut at both Chapungu and the national team.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:42, 23 August 2019

Cain Muteji
BornCain Muteji
NationalityZimbabwean
RelativesAbel MutejiBrother

Cain Muteji was one of Zimbabwe's greatest football players, who during his time played for the National Soccer Team The Dream Team under 23. Together with his twin brother Abel Muteji The twins took Zimbabwe football by storm back in the mid-90s.

Background

Cain came from Midlands[1] (with some roots in Chiredzi[2] and was born and raised in that part of the country till his debut at both Chapungu and the national team.

Career

Cain played for Chapungu Football Club together with his twin brother. He was part of the classy Zimbabwe Under-23 team that came close to winning the 1995 All-Africa Games gold medal. During his time they also lost in the final qualifier of the Atlanta 1996 Olympics to a Nigerian Under-23 side.[3]

Death

Cain Miteji died a few years ago.

References

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  1. Moyo twins living the dream, The Standard, Published 8 January 2018, Retrieved 23 August 2019, https://www.thestandard.co.zw/2018/01/08/moyo-twins-living-dream/
  2. The sorry tale of neglect in Chiredzi, Newsday, Published 30 September 2017, Retrieved 23 August 2019, https://www.newsday.co.zw/2017/09/sorry-tale-neglect-chiredzi/
  3. Top 10 Most Popular Zimbabwe Soccer Siblings Part 2, Youth Village, Retrieved 23 August 2019, http://youthvillage.co.zw/2015/10/top-10-most-popular-zimbabwean-soccer-siblingspart2/