Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter
One of the best football players ever ending from Zimbabwe Moses "Bambo" Chunga's national team career ended by King Royal Rahman Gumbo.
Chunga, a dribble wizard who made stupid defenders, goes to Belgium where he still orders a great deal of respect.
According to Alois Bunjira, another of Zimbabwe, Razorman's national team dance ended by Gumbo in the early 1990's when the late German scorer Reinhard Fabisch was responsible for the Warriors.
In a piece of the book "Alois Bunjira, My Football Journey," said Bunjira during the Dream Team period, there was a lot of pressure from Dynamos fans and some media parts for Fabisch to include the Razorman's his Dream Team squad.
"Fabisch said he knew about the operation of Chunga in Germany and the doctors had said that Forga could no longer play at the highest level with more intensity. Chunga wanted to be fit and well enough to play," says Bunjira.
He says with the help of the supporters of Dynamos and the press, and pressure on Fabisch, whose father stood, however, arguing that Chunga has young and energetic players such as Peter Ndlovu and the late Benjamin Nkonjera.
"The boiling weight reached until the Football League, Zifa and Fabisch reached agreement that a match between Dream Dream and PSL must be matched, so that Chunga showed that it could continue to play and deserve where the game was scheduled to be scheduled for Wednesday night at the Rufaro Stadium. We were in the camp with the Dream Team preparing for a game against Zambia in Lusaka, "writes the Daryn T and Caps United star player.
The afternoons of the game say, a pre-match meeting was held where the first start was announced, but the European stars, which included Peter Ndlovu, Henry McKop and the Sawu Agent, had not yet arrived.
"After the team was announced, Fabisch called out Rahman and said to him," Rahman, today is your job to mark Moses. I do not want him to play. This game was organized for him, but I do not want it in my team, make sure that it does not touch the ball. Follow it everywhere. Even if it goes to the toilet, you'll go with it It will cause trouble in my camp.
The team left for the Rufaro Stadium, arriving earlier than the side chosen PSL, "writes Bunjira.
"The PSL option arrived much later when the Stadium was full of the paths. For me, that's the only time I see the Rufaro Stadium so full, except during the All-Africa Games in 1995. The sound that greeted the PSL team and sailed to Chunga when he came into the field, one would have thought of Dream The team was a team of Mauritania. The PSL had to choose all the support we had handle as a team away. "
He says that the game starts at a fast pace with the noise in the stadium unbearable as the majority fit with Chunga.
"Following instructions to the hilt, Gumbo was stuck to Chunga as a red. Bamboo played barely when realizing that Rush was going everywhere, Chunga decided to play the gallery to embarrass Rahman. The border side of Vietnam, and immediately by the center's banner, stood there and never moved while the game was underway. Rahman Gumbo was the instruction and went there to stand with him. The fans of Vietnam were provoking and gets mad. "
"They made so much noise and began not to Rahman with limits (Indian cobs, oranges, stones, zvigubh etc.) The game had to be stopped short to restore it. The half-time score was 0-0 The second half started with Rahman doing the same job. The temperature was hot up. I believe that the PSL selective coaches have realized that the temperature is staggering and ultimately taking away Chunga , "Bunjira writes.
He completed the 1-0 game for the Dream Team with Bunjira scoring the only goal, but after the game, Bunjira said, some supporters went for the blood of Fabisch and Gumbo.
"We've even had our bus with brushes. Some of the fans even forgot that we were a national Zimbabwe team. After that game, he called for Chunga to be drafted to A natural death team. Until today, I do not know how Fabisch and Chunga saw each other, it was one of those things in football, "he said.
Bunjira said yesterday he expected the book to be released sometime this year.