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Nengomasha finally moves to Qatar

[Posted 19 Jul 2010]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Nengomasha has finally left SA for Qatar

Tinashe Nengomasha has finally realised his dream of playing outside Africa by finally leaving Kaizer Chiefs to join his new club Al Ahli Doha of Qatar at a training camp in France.

The Zimbabwe international and Chiefs longest serving squad member of the current crop of players, left for the Europe training camp on Saturday 17 July. The General was released from the Kaizer Chiefs training camp in Pretoria to allow him to prepare for his new life with the Qatar team.

The Kaizer Chiefs family wished  Nengomasha, known to the legion of Chiefs fans by various affectionate names such as 'Father', "the General', among others, all the best for his new professional challenge. The Kaizer Chiefs owner and Chairman Kaizer Motaung led the best wishes on the club's official website.

 “Nengomasha has been a loyal servant of the Club since arriving here as a teenager. He grew to become one of the key players for the team and captaining the team in some instances. We wish him all the best in his new endeavors,” said Motaung on the club's website.

The  27 year-old Zimbabwean Warriors' midfielder, who has spent about 9 seasons in South Africa at one club Kaizer Chiefs, played a total of 250 league and cup games for the Phefeni Boys, and was captain of the team during the days when usual captain Jimmy Tau was out of form or injured. The General is renowmed for being a complete professional who leads by example.

Nengomasha has been probably the most consistent of all foreign based footballers in South Africa. He was voted South Africa's Premier Soccer League Footballer of the Year in 2004, and was also the Players' Players of the year in the same year. It is rare for defensive midfielders to win such awards in football, but so irresistible was Nengomasha that year that the awards kept pouring in. He also received the Kick-Off Player of the year award, and he was crowned Kaizer Chiefs' Players' Player of the year in 2004.

The midfield hard-man will be joined by his Kaizer Chiefs teammate Valery Nahayo who apparently has also been sold to the same team by Chiefs. Details of the deal have been a closely guarded secret, but will emerge with time. BeezSports. com will pursue the story for further details.


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