Energy Murambadoro is a renowned former football player in the Southern Sahara region. He played for Amazulu FC, Warriors (Zimbabwe national soccer team), CAPS United FC, and more teams. His dedicated fans call him Gokwe. Energy Murambadoro position has been a goalkeeper throughout his career. What is Energy Murambadoro doing now? He is a coach in his motherland.
A soccer player is lucky to have a clean record throughout his career life. Defaming news has led to the downfall of many players, but some players like Energy Murambadoro managed to save themselves. Energy was not banned from playing soccer despite the match-fixing allegations he faced for several years.
Energy Murambadoro profile summary
- Full name: Energy Murambadoro
- Date of birth: 27th June 1982
- Age: 38 years
- Career: Soccer player
- Club: Retired
- Nationality: Zimbabwean
Energy Murambadoro bio
Energy Murambadoro age is 38 years. He was born on 27th June 1982. Who is Energy Murambadoro wife? He is married to a lovely lady named Karen, and their children are Tanatswa and Donell-Henri. Energy Murambadoro net worth was low in the 2012/2013 season because he had no club to play for. The public is not aware of Energy Murambadoro cars because he leads a private life.
His career started at Gokwe before he moved to CAPS United (Makepekepe or Green Machine), a prominent team from Harare. Energy won the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League two consecutive times while playing for CAPS. He was also part of the Warriors squad that reached the quarter-finals in the 2004 African Nations Cup.
Energy joined Hellenic and took part in the South African league. He left Hellenic and played for Bnei Sakhnim, an Israel club, for less than a season. He left the Israel club because the insecurity in that country made him fear for his life. Did he receive death threats from Israeli people? The player never confirmed this story to be true.
The goalkeeper returned to CAPS for six months before Benoni United took him. After almost half a year at CAPS, Energy moved to CAPS for a second time and left it for South Africa's Bidvest Wits Football Club a few months later. Wits sent him to Mpumalanga Black Aces on a loan in the 2009/2010 season.
He moved to Amazulu FC (Usuthu) in 2015 and was loaned to Black Aces again until 2019 when Amazulu announced his retirement in 2019 via Twitter. He bid his teammates farewell on 15th May 2019 at a club breakfast gathering. Transfermarket has an impressive record of Energy Murambadoro profile for his entire career.
Energy Murambadoro news
How did he take part in the Asiagate Scandal? It was claimed that Energy' role in the FIFA match-fixing agreement was to favour the opponents of the Warriors. Reports had it that he was instructed by some members of the Zimbabwe national parliament to permit players from the other teams to score intentionally.
Former Zifa chief executive Henrietta Rushwaya was accused of being the mastermind in the scandal. FIFA anti-graft team also mentioned the Warriors' ex-coach Luke Masomere and Chidzambwa, among other names.
What is Energy Murambadoro current team? In Energy Murambadoro latest news in 2020, H-Metro announced his return to the Premier Soccer League as a coach to the goalkeeper of Chicken Inn ahead of Zimbabwe's PSL. Chicken Inn believes that he qualifies to mentor their goalkeeper and bring significant change in the team.
Energy Murambadoro was among the best goalkeepers Zimbabwe has ever had. His achievements are inspirational to upcoming football stars. On the other hand, his shortcomings are lessons that sportspeople should learn from and avoid making similar mistakes.
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