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Latest revision as of 17:08, 20 August 2019

Joel "Jubilee, Mwalimu, Headmaster" Shambo
Joel "Jubilee" Shambo.jpg
BornJoel Shambo
NationalityZimbabwean
OccupationFootballer
Known forCaptaining And Coaching CAPS United

Joel "Jubilee", "Mwalimu", "Headmaster" Shambo was a legendary soccer player who during the prime of his career was the CAPS United Football Club team captain. He was famous in football circles for his dead-ball precision, flick headers and chest control tactics. [1]

Background

Joel was born and raised in Zimbabwe and he joined CAPS United while he was still a teenager. where he rose through the ranks to become team captain. Jubilee hanged his boots later on and began his second career in football as a coach. He coached these 4 teams before he died

  1. CAPS United Football Club
  2. Circle United
  3. Blackpool
  4. Arcadia United

Awards

  • Zimbabwe Coach of the Year (1995 with Blackpool) after leading them to the semi finals of the African Cup Winners Cup

References

  1. We need another Joel Shambo; Sunday Mail: Published 10 April 2016, Retrieved 19 August 2016 https://www.pressreader.com/