Carling ton Nyadombo
Carling ton Nyadombo, Amazulu Football Club, Zimbabwean Soccer
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Born Carlington Nyadombo
December 25, 1985
Makoni
Occupation
  • Soccer Player
Years active 2008 to present
Employer Amazulu Football Club
Known for Solid defending
Notable work Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League Winner's medal

Carlington Nyadombo is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for Amazulu Football Club in the South African Premier League as a defender

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Background

Nyadombo was born on December 25, 1985 in Makoni.[1]

Career

Career's football career took of when he started turning out for Gunners Football Club in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League. He clinched the league title with the club and managed to play in the prestigious African Champions League.[2] Following a string of impressive performances, Nyadombo was signed by Amazulu in 2010 and as of 2015, he was still a member of the team. Nyadombo enjoyed a very long stint with Amazulu, some of his finest moments with the club include a goal he scored against former English champions, Manchester City. At some point, Nyadombo was also named the captain of Amazulu. In May 2015, Nyadombo was said to have been looking for a move away from Amazulu after he was suspended by the club indefinitely for dishonesty.[3]

Teams Played For

National Team Caps

Dombo has played for the warriors on a number of occasions and has also captained the national side.[4] He was the warriors captain when the national team faced Tanzania in an AFCON match qualifier which was played in Tanzania.[4] He also featured for the national team in 2012 under the guidance of Rahman Gumbo when the warriors played against Burundi.[5]

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Videos

Nyadombo vs Man City

Controversy

Nyadombo was suspended by Amazulu in 2015 after there were several claiming that the player was using juju/muti which was working to the detriment of the team. The club nonetheless denied the allegations that Nyadombo had been suspended for muti use but for dishonesty.[6]






References

  1. Carlington Nyadombo Profile, Transfer Market, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: June 30, 2015
  2. Grace Chirimanzu Gunners crash out, The Zimbabwean, Published: October 29, 2008, Retrieved: June 25, 2015
  3. Michael Madyira Nyadombo seeks Amazulu exit route, The Standard, Published: May 3, 2015, Retrieved: June 25, 2015
  4. 4.0 4.1 Nyadombo named warriors captain, New Zimbabwe, Published: May 14, 2015, Retrieved: June 25, 2015
  5. Augustine Hwata Carlington Nyadombo gets warriors call, The Herald, Published: February 17, 2012, Retrieved: June 30, 2015
  6. Robin-Duke Madlala Amazulu suspend Carlington Nyadombo, Kickoff, Published: February 26, 2015, Retrieved: June 25, 2015