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Nyadombo finally in Warriors squad

[Posted 18 Feb 2012]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Zimbabwe"sbest foreign-based central defender Nyadombo hasnow been called up to the Warriors

Rock-solid South Africa-based central defender Carlington Nyadombo's talent has finally been recognised by the Warriors technical team when he was drafted into the initial squad of 24 called up for the Burundi  2013 AFCON qualifier away in Bujumbura on 29 February.

Last night, Rahman Gumbo and his technical team saw reason  and decided to give the Amazulu key defender a much deserved call to the national team.

Beezsports had chronicled the exploits of the former Gunners defender who is now playing in the ABSA premiership in South Africa with Durban's Amazulu FC, and had revealed how Carlie is highly rated in the South African topflight league.

Beezsports believes that Nyadombo was the best central defender in South Africa in the first half of the the South African ABSA premiership. Respected football publication   Kick-Off.com has already named him as one of the best performing players in that first half of SA's topflight league.

Ever since he joined Amazulu two seasons ago, Nyadombo has been outstanding in the heart of Amazulu's defence, winning many man-of-the-match awards for shutting out big namesin South African football like Knowledge Musona when he was still with Kaizer Chiefs, Thulani Serero when he was still with Ajax Cape Town, Nyasha Mushekwi and Katlego Mphela of Mamelodi Sundowns.

It was very surprising that Norman Mapeza ignored the best defensice talent that Zimbabwe has in South Africa, preferring the likes of inconsistent Method Mwanjali whose two costly mistakes  are probably one of the reasons why Zimbabwe never qualified for the AFCON 2012 finals.

At only 25, Nyadombo is at his prime and the Warriors should  be building a team for the next eight years around such talent. Its good that Mapeza had realised this just before the  ill-planned Botswana friendly on 7 January.

Well done Gumbo for finally giving Zimbabwe a chance to see probably the best central defender the country has at the moment,in terms of current form.

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