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'''Danny Deco Phiri''' is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for the [[Zimbabwe National Soccer Team]] also known as the Warriors.  He also plays for [[Chicken Inn Football Club]] in the local [[Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League]].  
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'''Danny Deco Phiri''' is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for the [[Zimbabwe National Soccer Team]] also known as the Warriors.  He also plays for [[Chicken Inn Football Club]] in the local [[Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League]].  
  
 
== Background ==
 
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== Education ==
 
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Phiri did his primary education at [[Lobengula Primary School]].<ref name="daily news"> S Xumalo, [http://www.dailynews.co.zw/articles/2013/09/15/danny-phiri-remains-modest Danny Phiri remains modest],''Daily News'', published:13 Sep 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref> He attended [[Sobhukazi High School]] in [[Bulawayo]].<ref name="facebook"/>  
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Phiri did his primary education at [[Lobengula Primary School]].<ref name="daily news">S Xumalo, [http://www.dailynews.co.zw/articles/2013/09/15/danny-phiri-remains-modest Danny Phiri remains modest],''Daily News'', published:13 Sep 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref> He attended [[Sobhukazi High School]] in [[Bulawayo]].<ref name="facebook"/>  
  
 
== Career ==
 
== Career ==
Phiri started his football career at the now defunct [[AmaZulu Juniors]] while still doing Grade Five at [[Lobengula Primary School]].<ref name="daily news"/> He then moved to join Railstars Juniors after spending two seasons at the [[Delma Lupepe]] owned Usuthu. Phiri stayed with [[Railstars Football Club]] until he graduated into the senior team before he was snapped up by [[Bantu Rovers Football Club]] in 2009.<ref name="daily news"/> From 2001 to 2014, Phiri was playing professional football for [[Chicken Inn Football Club]].<ref name="facebook"/>
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Phiri started his football career at the now defunct [[AmaZulu Juniors]] while still doing Grade Five at [[Lobengula Primary School]].<ref name="daily news"/> He then moved to join [[Railstars Junior]] after spending two seasons at the [[Delma Lupepe]] owned Usuthu. Phiri stayed with [[Railstars Football Club]] until he graduated into the senior team before he was snapped up by [[Bantu Rovers Football Club]] in 2009.<ref name="daily news"/> From 2001 to 2014, Phiri was playing professional football for [[Chicken Inn Football Club]].<ref name="facebook"/>
  
 
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He has played for the [[Zimbabwe National Soccer Team]] on numerous occasions including in 2014 when the team played against South Africa.<ref name="daily news"/>
 
He has played for the [[Zimbabwe National Soccer Team]] on numerous occasions including in 2014 when the team played against South Africa.<ref name="daily news"/>
  
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Latest revision as of 13:31, 6 July 2018

Danny Phiri
Danny Phiri, Zimbabwean Football
Danny Phiri Image Via Facebook
BornDanny Phiri
(1988-04-22) April 22, 1988 (age 32)
ResidenceZimbabwe
NationalityZimbabwean
Education
Occupation
  • Footballer
EmployerChicken Inn Football Club
Known forPlaying for the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team
Notable workCaptained Chicken Inn Football Club
AwardsZPSL Soccer Star of the Year 2015

Danny Deco Phiri is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team also known as the Warriors. He also plays for Chicken Inn Football Club in the local Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.

Background

He was born on the 22nd of April in 1988.[1]

Education

Phiri did his primary education at Lobengula Primary School.[2] He attended Sobhukazi High School in Bulawayo.[1]

Career

Phiri started his football career at the now defunct AmaZulu Juniors while still doing Grade Five at Lobengula Primary School.[2] He then moved to join Railstars Junior after spending two seasons at the Delma Lupepe owned Usuthu. Phiri stayed with Railstars Football Club until he graduated into the senior team before he was snapped up by Bantu Rovers Football Club in 2009.[2] From 2001 to 2014, Phiri was playing professional football for Chicken Inn Football Club.[1]

Teams Played For (Competitions competed in)

  • Chicken Inn Football Club 2011-2014
  • Railstars Football Club
  • Bantu Rovers FC
  • AmaZulu Football Club (Juniors Team).[2]

National Team Caps

He has played for the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team on numerous occasions including in 2014 when the team played against South Africa.[2]

Related Profiles You Might Want to See

Picture Gallery

Successes

He was promoted to be the captain of Chicken Inn FC in 2014.[3]

Trivia

  • Phiri is the captain of Chicken Inn FC.




References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 , About, Danny Phiri Facebook Profile, retrieved:29 Jun 2015"
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 S Xumalo, Danny Phiri remains modest,Daily News, published:13 Sep 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"
  3. , Danny Phiri handed Chicken Inn captaincy,Soccer 24, retrieved:29 Jun 2015"