Moses Chunga

Moses Chunga
Personal information
Full nameMoses Chunga
Date of birth (1965-10-17) 17 October 1965 (age 51)
Place of birth Salisbury, Rhodesia
(now Harare, Zimbabwe)
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1983-1988Dynamos
1988-1992Eendracht Aalst
National team
1987-1991Zimbabwe
Teams managed
Dynamos
Shabanie Mine
Gunners
2010Shooting Stars
2010-2011CAPS United
2011-Gunners
2014-2015Buffaloes F.C.
2016Harare City F.C.
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Biography

Moses Chunga (given birth to 17 Oct 1965) is a retired Zimbabwean footballer who also played like a midfielder for Dynamos, Eendracht Aalst as well as the Zimbabwe country wide football group. He was created to parents of Malawian descent, but thought we would represent his country of delivery at worldwide level. He’s regarded as among Zimbabwe’s best ever midfielders. In 1987 Moses Chunga was immortalised in the song Tornadoes v Dynamos by THE TRUE Noises of Africa. The track tells the storyplot of the dramatic 3-3 attract between your two clubs where Chunga ratings a hat-trick for Dynamos. The monitor had atmosphere play on BBC Radio One’s John Peel off programme when it had been released.

Coaching career

In 2002, carrying out a spell in control at Dynamos, he was appointed head coach of Shabanie Mine.Chunga won his initial managerial honours with Gunners F.C., who became Zimbabwe Leading League champions in '09 2009. He consequently remaining the Gunners prior to the start of following time of year and joined up with fellow Harare-side Capturing Stars.In June 2011, CAPS United announced that Moses Chunga had remaining the club, each day after his team was knocked from the quarter finals from the BancABC Sup8r by Highlanders. He was re-appointed as trainer at Gunners F.C. a couple weeks later.In Dec 2012, Chunga revisited Aalst and was honoured by his aged club and by the town Council, being invited to signal the Golden Publication of Aalst, the community's highest civic honour.On 11 March 2015, Chunga has quit Buffaloes F.C.

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