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Ndiraya Scoops July Coach Of The Month Award Alongside Josta


Resurgent Harare giants Dynamos coach Tonderai ‘Stanza’ Ndiraya has been voted Coach of the Month alongside Caps United midfield maestro Joel ‘Josta’ Ngodzo who has been voted the Player of the Month for July.

The two have been outstanding in their respective offices with Ngodzo hitting top form which saw him get the call up to the national team, the Warriors set up ahead of the Chan qualifiers.

The Warriors technical team then led by veteran coach Sunday Chidzambwa had left out Ngodzo on their initial list of players that were called into camp for the  two legs of the Chan qualifiers against Mauritius, but a social media on slaughter by Ngodzo’s sympathizers forced Chidzambwa and his trusted lieutenant, Rahman Gumbo and Lloyd Mutasa  to reconsider their list and included Ngodzo.

However, most of his sympathizer were heartbroken when they learnt that the player they had fought for to be included in the Warriors Chan team had no travelling documents, his passport had expired.

Ngodzo has been influential in Caps United mission this year, bullying most midfield opponents, creating scoring chances as well as scoring match winning goals for the Green Machine. With yesterday’s 2-1 win over Highlanders, The Green Machine moved to second on the log table, a point behind log leaders FC Platinum.

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Dynamos coach has also done a good job, lifting the Harare giants from the red zone of the log table turning them to potential championship contenders. Ndiraya picked a reasonable number of points better than any coach in the month of July.

With the leading pact of FC Platinum, Caps United, Black Rhinos, ZPC Kariba, Triangle and Ngezi Platinum FC blowing hot and cold, they have brought DeMbare back in the fold to challenge for the top honours.  On Sunday the Glamour boys forced a 2-all draw away at the Colliery.

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