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Energy "Gokwe" Murambadoro is the goalkeeper at Amazulu Football Club. He is one of the most talented goalkeepers to have played for [[CAPS United Football Club]] and the national soccer team.
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Energy "Gokwe" Murambadoro is the goalkeeper at Amazulu Football Club. He is one of the most talented goalkeepers to have played for [[CAPS United Football Club]] and the [[Zimbabwe National Soccer Team]]
  
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
Murambadoro was born June 27, 1982 in Gokwe.<ref name="a">[http://www.goal.com/en-india/people/zimbabwe/99570/energy-murambadoro Energy Murambadoro], ''Goal.com'', Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 5, 2015</ref>  
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Murambadoro was born June 27, 1982 in [[Gokwe]].<ref name="a">[http://www.goal.com/en-india/people/zimbabwe/99570/energy-murambadoro Energy Murambadoro], ''Goal.com'', Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 5, 2015</ref>  
  
 
==Football career==
 
==Football career==
Murambadoro started his career while playing in Gokwe before making a move to Harare giants CAPS. It was at Makepekepe that Murambadoro went through some of the major highlights of his career chief among them being crowned Soccer star of the year and winning the league two consecutive times under the guidance of Charles Mhlauri.<ref name="a">[http://www.herald.co.zw/farai-jere-didnt-succeed-in-his-mission-to-knock-dembare-off-their-perch-and-this-will-hurt-him-more-than-the-controversy-over-the-shares/ Farai Jere didn’t succeed in his mission to knock DeMbare off their perch and this will hurt him more than the controversy over the shares], ''The Herald'', Published: November 30, 2012, Retrieved: February 4, 2015</ref> After a successful stint with the Green Machine, Murambadoro made a move to the South African league where he joined Hellenic.<ref name="b">Henry Mhara [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2013/01/21/murambadoro-eyes-psl-return/ Murambadoro eyes PSL return], ''NewsDay'', Published: January 21, 2013, Retrieved: February 5, 2015</ref> The player also featured for an Israeli team called club Bnei Sakhnim but the player did not last a season.<ref name="b"/> Energy Murambadoro retraced his footsteps to Makepekepe but would only spend six months with the club before joining Benoni United. In almost theatrical fashion, Murambadoro left the club barely six months into his contract and rejoined Caps for a second time.<ref name="b"/> After rejoining CAPS, the goal minder went back to South Africa again where he joined Bidvest Wits Football Club before being loaned to Mpumalanga Black Aces during the 2009 to 2010 season.   
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Murambadoro started his career while playing in Gokwe before making a move to [[Harare]] giants CAPS. It was at Makepekepe that Murambadoro went through some of the major highlights of his career chief among them being crowned Soccer star of the year and winning the [[Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League]] two consecutive times under the guidance of [[Charles Mhlauri]].<ref name="a">[http://www.herald.co.zw/farai-jere-didnt-succeed-in-his-mission-to-knock-dembare-off-their-perch-and-this-will-hurt-him-more-than-the-controversy-over-the-shares/ Farai Jere didn’t succeed in his mission to knock DeMbare off their perch and this will hurt him more than the controversy over the shares], ''The Herald'', Published: November 30, 2012, Retrieved: February 4, 2015</ref> After a successful stint with the Green Machine, Murambadoro made a move to the South African league where he joined Hellenic.<ref name="b">Henry Mhara [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2013/01/21/murambadoro-eyes-psl-return/ Murambadoro eyes PSL return], ''NewsDay'', Published: January 21, 2013, Retrieved: February 5, 2015</ref> The player also featured for an Israeli team called club Bnei Sakhnim but the player did not last a season.<ref name="b"/> Energy Murambadoro retraced his footsteps to Makepekepe but would only spend six months with the club before joining Benoni United. In almost theatrical fashion, Murambadoro left the club barely six months into his contract and rejoined Caps for a second time.<ref name="b"/> After rejoining CAPS, the goal minder went back to South Africa again where he joined Bidvest Wits Football Club before being loaned to Mpumalanga Black Aces during the 2009 to 2010 season.   
  
 
==Accolades==
 
==Accolades==
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==Involvement in Asiagate Scandal==
 
==Involvement in Asiagate Scandal==
 
Murambadoro was implicated in the match fixing scandal popularly known as the Asiagate scandal after it emerged that there had been dubious arrangements to have the national squad partake in tournaments whose outcome had already been set. It was also said that Murambadoro was not aware that he was partaking in a match fixing scandal to the extent that when he was told to deliberately let goals in, he cried.   
 
Murambadoro was implicated in the match fixing scandal popularly known as the Asiagate scandal after it emerged that there had been dubious arrangements to have the national squad partake in tournaments whose outcome had already been set. It was also said that Murambadoro was not aware that he was partaking in a match fixing scandal to the extent that when he was told to deliberately let goals in, he cried.   
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Revision as of 10:30, 20 April 2015

Energy Murambadoro
Energy "Gokwe" Murambadoro
Energy Murambadoro
BornEnergy Murambadoro
(1982-06-27) June 27, 1982 (age 38)
Gokwe
NationalityZimbabwe
Occupation
  • Footballer.
EmployerAmazulu Football Club
Spouse(s)Karen
ChildrenTanatswa, Donell-Henri

Energy "Gokwe" Murambadoro is the goalkeeper at Amazulu Football Club. He is one of the most talented goalkeepers to have played for CAPS United Football Club and the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team

Background

Murambadoro was born June 27, 1982 in Gokwe.[1]

Football career

Murambadoro started his career while playing in Gokwe before making a move to Harare giants CAPS. It was at Makepekepe that Murambadoro went through some of the major highlights of his career chief among them being crowned Soccer star of the year and winning the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League two consecutive times under the guidance of Charles Mhlauri.[1] After a successful stint with the Green Machine, Murambadoro made a move to the South African league where he joined Hellenic.[2] The player also featured for an Israeli team called club Bnei Sakhnim but the player did not last a season.[2] Energy Murambadoro retraced his footsteps to Makepekepe but would only spend six months with the club before joining Benoni United. In almost theatrical fashion, Murambadoro left the club barely six months into his contract and rejoined Caps for a second time.[2] After rejoining CAPS, the goal minder went back to South Africa again where he joined Bidvest Wits Football Club before being loaned to Mpumalanga Black Aces during the 2009 to 2010 season.

Accolades

  • Soccer star of the year (2003)

Involvement in Asiagate Scandal

Murambadoro was implicated in the match fixing scandal popularly known as the Asiagate scandal after it emerged that there had been dubious arrangements to have the national squad partake in tournaments whose outcome had already been set. It was also said that Murambadoro was not aware that he was partaking in a match fixing scandal to the extent that when he was told to deliberately let goals in, he cried.

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Energy Murambadoro, Goal.com, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 5, 2015 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "a" defined multiple times with different content
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Henry Mhara Murambadoro eyes PSL return, NewsDay, Published: January 21, 2013, Retrieved: February 5, 2015