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Revision as of 13:41, 18 May 2016

Dickson Choto
Born (1981-03-19) March 19, 1981 (age 41)
ResidenceZimbabwean
CitizenshipZimbabwean
Occupation
  • Football Personality
Years active1990s-present
Known for

Dickson Choto is a former Zimbabwean footballer and sports personality who played for a number of local and foreign clubs including  Legia Warszawa as well as the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team.

Background

Dickson Choto was born on 19 March 1981.

Career

Choto was part of the warriors team that played in the 2004 AFCON finals held in Tunisia. The team was coached by a veteran football legend Sunday Chidzambwa and captained by the heroic Peter Ndlovu. He played as defender in a team that included football legends such as Peter Ndlovu, Lazarus Muhoni, Wilfred Mugeyi and Kaitano Tembo.


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