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Thulani joined Highlanders in 2007 as a defender. He had a total to 17 National teams CAPS and retired in the early 2000s before he moved to the states where he started teaching young people to play football. <ref>VOA, [https://www.voazimbabwe.com/a/thulani-biya-ncube-soccer-young-players/3167015.html, Thulani 'Biya' Ncube Grooming Young Players in USA], Published 28 January 2016, Retrieved 29 August 2019</ref>
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Thulani joined Highlanders in 2007 as a defender. He had a total to 17 National Team caps and retired in the early 2000s before he moved to the states where he started teaching young people to play football. <ref>VOA, [https://www.voazimbabwe.com/a/thulani-biya-ncube-soccer-young-players/3167015.html, Thulani 'Biya' Ncube Grooming Young Players in USA], Published 28 January 2016, Retrieved 29 August 2019</ref>
  
Since moving to the US in 2003, Thulani has been training young talents.  
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Since moving to the US in 2003, Thulani has been training and grooming young talent.  
 
<blockquote> I came here in 2003 and it’s not too bad. I work with schools and junior teams, academies, something like that. Right now I am a director of coaching. There is a club called MC United. I am the director of coaching on the boys' side. Most of the time I work on developing young kids, like from the age of eight going up to the age of 18. Most of the time it’s just developing them on knowing how to play (soccer), especially the younger ones … knowing how to play the ball, knowing how to pass the ball so that when they get older they will know those things.</blockquote>
 
<blockquote> I came here in 2003 and it’s not too bad. I work with schools and junior teams, academies, something like that. Right now I am a director of coaching. There is a club called MC United. I am the director of coaching on the boys' side. Most of the time I work on developing young kids, like from the age of eight going up to the age of 18. Most of the time it’s just developing them on knowing how to play (soccer), especially the younger ones … knowing how to play the ball, knowing how to pass the ball so that when they get older they will know those things.</blockquote>
  

Latest revision as of 08:10, 29 August 2019

Thulani Biya Ncube
Thulani Biya Ncube.jpg
ResidenceUSA
NationalityZimbabwean
Home townBulawayo

Thulani Biya Ncube is a legendary football player who during his heydays played for Highlanders Football Club as a defender.

Background

Thulani was born and raised in the home of footballers Bulawayo

Career

Thulani joined Highlanders in 2007 as a defender. He had a total to 17 National Team caps and retired in the early 2000s before he moved to the states where he started teaching young people to play football. [1]

Since moving to the US in 2003, Thulani has been training and grooming young talent.

I came here in 2003 and it’s not too bad. I work with schools and junior teams, academies, something like that. Right now I am a director of coaching. There is a club called MC United. I am the director of coaching on the boys' side. Most of the time I work on developing young kids, like from the age of eight going up to the age of 18. Most of the time it’s just developing them on knowing how to play (soccer), especially the younger ones … knowing how to play the ball, knowing how to pass the ball so that when they get older they will know those things.

References

  1. VOA, Thulani 'Biya' Ncube Grooming Young Players in USA, Published 28 January 2016, Retrieved 29 August 2019