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5/3/2021 8:26:50 AM

Kadewere donates to the Sunshine Boys

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Kadewere donates to the Sunshine Boys

Bothwell Petro and Bercy Kuyumani ~  ~ Olympique Lyonnais 
France based former Harare City Striker Tinotenda Kadewere has donated two set of kits to the Sunshine Boys as a gesture to thank the Harare outfit for the role it played in his career.
France based former Harare City Striker Tinotenda Kadewere has donated two set of kits to the Sunshine Boys as a gesture to thank the Harare outfit for the role it played in his career. Kadewere rose from Harare City reserves to the senior team before embarking on a sojourn at Djugardens FC in Sweden and Le Havre in France’s Ligue 2 where he impressed, scooping the golden boot, before being snapped by Olympique Lyonnais in Ligue 1. He has been a revelation since joining the top flight side so far scoring 10 goals and providing 3 assists for the championship hopefuls who currently sit fourth on the log and trailing leaders Lille by 3 points. Speaking at the handover ceremony, Kadewere Foundation presidents, who is mother to the warriors forward, Amai Mavis Kadewere thanked Harare City Football Club for grooming her boy and bringing him on the spotlight to pursue his football career. “I have to thank Harare City for literally taking Tino from the mud into what he is today. “For Tino to be what he is today, it is because of Harare City Football Club. They welcomed and groomed him to be a player he is. “As for me, Harare City is in my heart that is why I did not want to miss any match which the club played, I was always there, wanting to see how the boy was performing,” she said. Speaking from his French Base, Monya, as Tino is affectionately known by the multitude of his followers, said the donation was part of a long term initiative between his family and the Sunshine Boys. “Our main request is that we get a big connection with Harare City with our own Highfield Academy so that we can have our own structures. “If we can manage to get land so that we put our own football grounds, we are thinking of having classes and a gym at the same place so that we can help the young kids,” he said. He said he was going to use connections he has so far established in Europe to make the dream come true.