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[[File:Tafadzwa-Rusike.jpg|thumb|left|Tafadzwa Rusike]]'''Tafadzwa Paul Rusike''' is a professional footballer who plays for [[Dynamos Football Club]]<ref>Eddie Chikamhi, [http://www.herald.co.zw/rusike-signs-one-year-deal/ Rusike signs one year deal], ''The Herald'', Published: 4 January 2014, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014</ref> and the Zimbabwe National Team as a midfielder. He was born on 7 May 1989 at Alaska Mine Hospital in Chinhoyi in a family of 5. Tafadzwa attended primary education at Alaska Primary school and Alaska Secondary School schools that are under Alaska mining company,
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'''Tafadzwa Paul Rusike''' is a professional footballer who once played for [[Dynamos Football Club]] and also for the [[Zimbabwe National Soccer Team]]. <ref>Eddie Chikamhi, [http://www.herald.co.zw/rusike-signs-one-year-deal/ Rusike signs one year deal], ''The Herald'', Published: 4 January 2014, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014</ref> and the Zimbabwe National Team as a midfielder.  
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== Background ==
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Tafadzwa Paul Rusike was born on 7 May 1989 at [[Alaska Mine Hospital]] in [[Chinhoyi]] in a family of 5.  
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== Education ==
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Rusike attended school at [[Alaska Primary School]] and [[Alaska Secondary School]] that are under [[Alaska Mining Company]].
  
 
==Professional career==
 
==Professional career==
Tafadzwa Rusike started his football career at Alaska Lions a team that was in the Division 2 of the Zimbabwean Northern Region when he was doing his secondary education at Alaska Secondary School. In 2008 he was then signed for the [[Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League]] club [[CAPS United Football Club]] in January 2008 where he became an integral part of CAPS United. He then signed for Ajax Cape Town in 2010 <ref>Petros Kausiyo, [http://www.herald.co.zw/tafadzwa-rusike-starts-club-hunting/ Tafadzwa Rusike starts club hunting], ''The Herald'', Published: 14 June 2013, Retrieved: 7 October 2014</ref> when CAPS United sold a lot of players to the ABSA Premiership he made his first appearance in August 2010 in a 2-0 win against Bloemfontein Celtic. Rusike spent 3 years in the ABSA premiership with Ajax his 2012-13 season was affected by a lot of injuries, with Ajax struggling in that season. In October 2012 Rusike also went for trials at Oud-Hesterlee Leuven in Belgium which the transfer failed to materialise with his alleged role in the [[Asiagate]] match-fixing scandal. Rusike was offloaded by Ajax Cape Town in June 2013 <ref>Petros Kausiyo, [http://www.herald.co.zw/tafadzwa-rusike-starts-club-hunting/ Tafadzwa Rusike starts club hunting], ''The Herald'', Published: 14 June 2013, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014</ref> after being deemed as 'excess' after Ajax struggled in the ABSA Premiership, then joined Dynamos on a 1 year contract on 3 January 2014.<ref>Eddie Chikamhi, [http://www.herald.co.zw/rusike-signs-one-year-deal/ Rusike signs 1 year deal], ''The Herald'', Published 4 jan 2014, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014</ref> Rusike has now became a important figure in the Dynamos team & has helped them win the TM Challenge Cup.<ref>[http://www.soccer24.co.zw/tm-challenge-cup-report-dynamos-4-1-highlanders/ TM Challenge Cup report: Dynamos 4-1 Highlanders.], ''Soccer24.co.zw'', Published: 6 Sept 2014, Retrieved: 24 Sept 2014</ref>
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Tafadzwa Rusike started his football career at Alaska Lions a team that was in the Division 2 of the [[Zimbabwe Northern Region]] when he was doing his secondary education at Alaska Secondary School. In 2008 he was then signed for the [[Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League]] club [[CAPS United Football Club]] in January 2008 where he became an integral part of [[CAPS United Football Club]]. He then signed for Ajax Cape Town in 2010 <ref>Petros Kausiyo, [http://www.herald.co.zw/tafadzwa-rusike-starts-club-hunting/ Tafadzwa Rusike starts club hunting], ''The Herald'', Published: 14 June 2013, Retrieved: 7 October 2014</ref> when CAPS United sold a lot of players to the ABSA Premiership he made his first appearance in August 2010 in a 2-0 win against Bloemfontein Celtic. Rusike spent 3 years in the ABSA premiership with Ajax his 2012-13 season was affected by a lot of injuries, with Ajax struggling in that season.  
  
==Asiagate Scandal Involvement==
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In October 2012 Rusike also went for trials at Oud-Hesterlee Leuven in Belgium which the transfer failed to materialise with his alleged role in the [[Asiagate]] match-fixing scandal. Rusike was offloaded by Ajax Cape Town in June 2013 <ref>Petros Kausiyo, [http://www.herald.co.zw/tafadzwa-rusike-starts-club-hunting/ Tafadzwa Rusike starts club hunting], ''The Herald'', Published: 14 June 2013, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014</ref> after being deemed as 'excess' after Ajax struggled in the ABSA Premiership, then joined [[Dynamos Football Club]] on a 1 year contract on 3 January 2014.<ref>Eddie Chikamhi, [http://www.herald.co.zw/rusike-signs-one-year-deal/ Rusike signs 1 year deal], ''The Herald'', Published 4 jan 2014, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014</ref> Rusike has now became a important figure in the Dynamos team & has helped them win the TM Challenge Cup.<ref>[http://www.soccer24.co.zw/tm-challenge-cup-report-dynamos-4-1-highlanders/ TM Challenge Cup report: Dynamos 4-1 Highlanders.], ''Soccer24.co.zw'', Published: 6 Sept 2014, Retrieved: 24 Sept 2014</ref>
Tafadzwa Rusike was part of the infamous Asiagate scandal participants, he was later summoned to pay a finje of US$2000 together with other players who were involved in the match fixing scandal such as Gilbert Mapemba, Ocean Mushure, Chris Samakweri and administrators and other individuals involved in the Asiagate match-fixing scandal.<ref>Brian Nkiwane, [http://www.thestandard.co.zw/2013/01/06/zifa-cashes-in-on-asiagate/ ZIFA cashes in on Asigate], ''The Standard'', Published: 6 January 2013, retrieved: 7 October 2014</ref>   
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===Teams Played For===
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*Dynamos Football Club (2014)
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*Ajax Capetown -South Africa (2010)
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*CAPS United Football Club (2008).<ref name="transfer market">, [http://www.transfermarkt.com/tafadzwa-rusike/profil/spieler/146794 TAFADZWA RUSIKE],''Transfer Market'', retrieved:25 Jun 2015"</ref>
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==Controversies==
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===Asiagate Scandal Involvement===
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Tafadzwa Rusike was part of the infamous [[Asiagate Scandal]] participants, he was later summoned to pay a finje of US$2000 together with other players who were involved in the match fixing scandal such as Gilbert Mapemba, Ocean Mushure, Chris Samakweri and administrators and other individuals involved in the Asiagate match-fixing scandal.<ref>Brian Nkiwane, [http://www.thestandard.co.zw/2013/01/06/zifa-cashes-in-on-asiagate/ ZIFA cashes in on Asigate], ''The Standard'', Published: 6 January 2013, retrieved: 7 October 2014</ref>   
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Revision as of 13:52, 25 June 2015

Tafadzwa Rusike
Tafadzwa Rusike, Zimbabwean Footballer
Tafadzwa Rusike
BornTafadzwa Paul Rusike
Alaska Mine, Chinhoyi
NationalityZimbabwean
Education
OccupationFootballer
Known forPlaying for the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team
Home townNorton

Tafadzwa Paul Rusike is a professional footballer who once played for Dynamos Football Club and also for the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team. [1] and the Zimbabwe National Team as a midfielder.

Background

Tafadzwa Paul Rusike was born on 7 May 1989 at Alaska Mine Hospital in Chinhoyi in a family of 5.

Education

Rusike attended school at Alaska Primary School and Alaska Secondary School that are under Alaska Mining Company.

Professional career

Tafadzwa Rusike started his football career at Alaska Lions a team that was in the Division 2 of the Zimbabwe Northern Region when he was doing his secondary education at Alaska Secondary School. In 2008 he was then signed for the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League club CAPS United Football Club in January 2008 where he became an integral part of CAPS United Football Club. He then signed for Ajax Cape Town in 2010 [2] when CAPS United sold a lot of players to the ABSA Premiership he made his first appearance in August 2010 in a 2-0 win against Bloemfontein Celtic. Rusike spent 3 years in the ABSA premiership with Ajax his 2012-13 season was affected by a lot of injuries, with Ajax struggling in that season.

In October 2012 Rusike also went for trials at Oud-Hesterlee Leuven in Belgium which the transfer failed to materialise with his alleged role in the Asiagate match-fixing scandal. Rusike was offloaded by Ajax Cape Town in June 2013 [3] after being deemed as 'excess' after Ajax struggled in the ABSA Premiership, then joined Dynamos Football Club on a 1 year contract on 3 January 2014.[4] Rusike has now became a important figure in the Dynamos team & has helped them win the TM Challenge Cup.[5]

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Teams Played For

  • Dynamos Football Club (2014)
  • Ajax Capetown -South Africa (2010)
  • CAPS United Football Club (2008).[6]

Controversies

Asiagate Scandal Involvement

Tafadzwa Rusike was part of the infamous Asiagate Scandal participants, he was later summoned to pay a finje of US$2000 together with other players who were involved in the match fixing scandal such as Gilbert Mapemba, Ocean Mushure, Chris Samakweri and administrators and other individuals involved in the Asiagate match-fixing scandal.[7]

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References

  1. Eddie Chikamhi, Rusike signs one year deal, The Herald, Published: 4 January 2014, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014
  2. Petros Kausiyo, Tafadzwa Rusike starts club hunting, The Herald, Published: 14 June 2013, Retrieved: 7 October 2014
  3. Petros Kausiyo, Tafadzwa Rusike starts club hunting, The Herald, Published: 14 June 2013, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014
  4. Eddie Chikamhi, Rusike signs 1 year deal, The Herald, Published 4 jan 2014, Retrieved: 7 Oct 2014
  5. TM Challenge Cup report: Dynamos 4-1 Highlanders., Soccer24.co.zw, Published: 6 Sept 2014, Retrieved: 24 Sept 2014
  6. , TAFADZWA RUSIKE,Transfer Market, retrieved:25 Jun 2015"
  7. Brian Nkiwane, ZIFA cashes in on Asigate, The Standard, Published: 6 January 2013, retrieved: 7 October 2014