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'''Tinashe "Father" Nengomasha''' is a former Zimbabwean footballer and sports personality who played for a number of local and foreign clubs including
'''Tinashe "Father" Nengomasha''' is a former Zimbabwean footballer and sports personality who played for a number of local and foreign clubs including Chiefs as well as the [[Zimbabwe National Soccer Team]]. In March 2018 Nengomasha was reported to have started a level one coaching course. <ref name="Soccer24"> [https://www.soccer24.co.zw/2018/03/06/father-nengomasha-goes-back-school/ ‘Father’ Nengomasha goes back to school ], ''Soccer24, Published: 6 March 2018 , Retrieved: 6 March 2018''</ref>
== Background ==
== Background ==
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|Born||September 2, 1982|
|Relatives||Oliver Mtukudzi (Father in Law)|
Tinashe "Father" Nengomasha is a former Zimbabwean footballer and sports personality who played for a number of local and foreign clubs including Kaizer Chiefs as well as the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team. In March 2018 Nengomasha was reported to have started a level one coaching course. 
Nengomasha entered the football limelight when he starred for the Young Warriors in the under 20 COSAFA finals. He played in the Black Black Aces first team in 2001. Zimbabwe went on to win the tournament. Nengomasha 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 a midfielder in a team that included football legends such as Peter Ndlovu, Lazarus Muhoni, Wilfred Mugeyi and Kaitano Tembo.
Teams Played For
- 1999 : Douglas Warriors Football Club, (Zimbabwe)
- 2000-2001 : Black Aces Football Mugabe, Zimbabwe
- 2001-2002 - : Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa.
National Team Caps
- South Africa PSL Footballer of the Year 2003-2004.
- South Africa PSL Players Player of the Year Award 2003-2004.
Nengomasha was part of the Warriors team that broke the record by qualifying for the African Cup of Nations in 2003. The team was coached by Sunday Chidzambwa.