Tino Kadewere Donates to Harare City Football club

by | Apr 22, 2021 | International, Sport | 0 comments

Alex Samanyanga

Man of the moment and Warriors striker Tinotenda Kadewere has donated home and away kits to his former paymasters Harare City Football club

The lanky 25 year old forward who now plies his trade in France at Olympique Lyon who promised to do bigger things in future, appealed for land to build up a football stadium.

“I’m grateful for what was done for me by Harare City Football Club. They took me in and showed me love, they welcomed me and took me in as one of their own, something I never expected,” the lanky striker said.

“For me to be where I am today, it is because of them. I also thank God for making it possible for me to be at the club. So this little gift (the kits), is the beginning of something bigger that we are planning with Harare City
“My plea is for us to have some land on which we can put our ball ground, as well as classrooms and a gym for our Highfield Academy so that we can help young kids. The teams I have paid for can also help us also uplift young aspiring footballers in also reaching where I have reached,” said Kadewere.

Willard Katsande last year met President Emmerson Mnangagwa at Statehouse and presented him with two home and away Olympique Lyon Jerseys to show his for him.

Last month Tino donated foodstuffs to Harare City Covid-19 for line workers through his Tino Kadewere Foundation.

Another Warriors player Nyasha Mushekwi who is based in China donated a luxury bus to his Childhood team Caps United in 2019

Mushekwi launched his Football career at the Green Machine in 2