Misheck Chidzambwa Bio/Wiki
Misheck Chidzambwa was a footballer and manager from Zimbabwe. He was born in 1955 in Zimbabwe.
With the death of former Warriors coach and captain Misheck Chidzambwa, Zimbabwean football has lost another of its most distinguished sons. After a long illness, the superstar died on Thursday at the age of 66.
He was 66 years old.
For Dynamos, Chidzambwa was a defender. He was the national team’s captain in 1985, leading them to the Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup. He juggled his sporting career with his profession as a cop. Due to an injury, he had to retire in 1987.
When Clemens Westerhof was the manager of the Zimbabwe national team, Chidzambwa was on his coaching staff. In 2000, he took over as manager from Westerhof and won the Cosafa Cup. Tanganda, Chapungu United, Sporting Lions, and Blue Ribbon are among the clubs he has managed.
In 1993, he won the Castle Cup with Tanganda. In 2011, he was dismissed by Blue Ribbon and retired from football.
He stated his desire to return to football in February 2017. Later that year, he returned to Universals to teach while still playing for the club on occasion.
He died on June 24, 2021, at the age of 66. Since May 2020, he has been ill.