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Chicken Inn dedicates Shield to Adam Ndlovu

[Posted 11 Mar 2013]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Chicken Inn dedicates Shield to Adam Ndlovu
Zimbabwean Castle Lager Premier Soccer League side Chicken Inn lifted their first topflight trophy the Net-One Charity shield, the season opener, after beating their more fancied opponents CAPS United 3-2 in the final of the shield.

Chicken Inn scored through Tendai Mukambi who added to Marshall Marima's opener in the first half, before United tried to rally from behind through Hardlife Zvirekwi and Leonard Fiyado, but it was too late to overturn the deficit.

The Bulawayo-based club, clearly the PSL's most consistent newcomer in the past two seasons, dedicated their trophy to late coach Adam Ndlovu who died in a car accident that was driven by his brother Peter Ndlovuwho also sustained serious injuries.

Chicken Inn are reaping fruits of the foundation laid by Adamski, and this has not escaped the recognition of current coach Mandla Mpofu.


"This is Adam Ndlovu’s project and we had dedicated this tournament to him. I am
also dedicating the coming season to him because we need to win another trophy
for him.


“I want also a top four finish and we are going to cut these celebrations
short because we need to prepare for the new season. Good times are coming to
the Chicken Inn family. He made the team what it is today and what I am doing is
to keep his dream going.


“He had a dream to see the team compete against the best locally but as time
goes on, we have to go into Africa as well and for us to do that we have to do
well in all the tournaments we play in here at home. I know wherever he is he is
happy that his dream is working out to the best,” Mpofu said.

The players broke into an emotional song, dedicating the trophy to Adamski, a Warriors legend who played club football in Switzerland at the height of his talent, after he was beaten by Eric Cantona for a Manchester United signature following the two players' trial at Old Trafford at the age of 20.

Adamski went on to play SR Delemont and FC Zurich, both of Switzerland where he had a memorable career in Europe.


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