Harare City Football Club
The arrival of Taurai Mangwiro at Harare City Football Club saw the club signing a lot of big names in the transfer window. Mangwiro played a key role in the acquisition of new players most of whom were players that he had been coaching at CAPS United Football Club

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Dennis Dauda

After being named the best footballer for the 2014 soccer season, Dauda made an exit from ZPC Kariba Football Club, Dauda made a move to join Harare City Football Club

Tafadzwa Dube

The talented goalkeeper had been part of the CAPS United team during the 2014 season but had completed a move to Harare City following Taurai Mangwiro who had also left his coaching job at the Green Machine to pursue a career at Harare City.[1]

Tendai Samanja

Samanja was also one off the players that left Makepekepe to pursue a career at Harare City after it was alleged that the players were made to play under very difficult circumstances at CAPS United chief among them being the non-payment of their salaries.[1]

Nicholas Alifandika

The player turned out for the Green Machine during the previous season but had made a switch to join City rivals Harare city.[1]

Honey Chimutimunzeve

The talented striker joined the Sunshine City boys after having jumped ship at beleaguered CAPS United[1]

Temba Ndhlovu

The young defender is a former Dynamos Football Club player who left the club to join Harare City after the arrival of Mandigora who went on an exercise to offload a lot of players at the league champions[1]

Lincoln Zvasiya

Zvasiya joined Harare City after an unsuccessful stint at South African side, Keizer Chiefs Football Club[1]

David Kutyauripo

Joined Harare City on January 1, 2013 and had been with the club ever since helping them in their most successful seasons so far in which they almost clinched the title, he also played a crucial role in helping them avoid relegation in the 2014 season[2]

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Francisco Zvikumbawire

The former Dembare striker was part of Harare City's front runners that helped the club survived the chop during the 2014 season. The player will also be turning out for the Sunshine City boys this coming season[3]


William Manondo

Joined the club during the 2013 season and had been with the club since.[4]

Timire Mamvura

The player won three league titles with Dembare before making a move to Harare City where he helped them avoid relegation during the 2014 season.[4]

Nathan Ziwini

The midfielder is one of the players that were at the club during the 2014 season and looks set to be retained by the club for the 2015 season

Raymond Uchena

The midfieldeer has been part of the team for quite some time and has been retained by the club for the forthcoming season.[5]

Agrippa Murimba

Agrippa was reported to have made just 11 appearances for the club. His future with the club was not clear as the player was still listed as their player.[6]

James Jam

The player is said to have made 30 appearances for the club as of 2015 and scoring six goals in the process.[6]

Tinotenda Kadewera

Kadewera has only made six appearances for the Sunshine City boys to date.[7]

Osborne Mukuradare

Mukuradare had a fairly good season at the club in 2014 helping them survive the chop by scoring a series of important goals[8]

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Martin Vengesayi

The player was named the club's players player of the year award for his outstanding contribution to the club during the 2014 season. He looks set to be retained by the club for the upcoming season

Munyaradzi Diro-Nyenye

Played a crucial role in helping the club fight relegation in 2014. He was also named the clubs most disciplined player for the 2014 season[8]

Tatenda Munditi

The young goalkeeper aged 18 as of 2015, joined the club in 2015.[9]

Tatenda Tumba

He is also one of the youngest players that joined Harare City for the 2015 season[9]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Tawanda Tafirenyika Tafadzwa Dube eyes glory with Sunshine City Boys, NewsDay, Published: January 30, 2015, Retrieved: February 2, 2015
  2. David Kutyauripo, Harare City Football Club, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 2, 2015
  3. Francisco Zvikumbawire, Harare City Football Club, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 2, 2015
  4. 4.0 4.1 Timire Mamvura, Harare City Football Club Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 2, 2015
  5. Raymond Uchena, Harare City Football Club, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 2, 2015
  6. 6.0 6.1 Agrippa Murimba, Harare City Football Club, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 2, 2015 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "e" defined multiple times with different content
  7. Tinotenda Kadewera, Harare City Football Club, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 2, 2015
  8. 8.0 8.1 Godknows Matarutse Vengesayi wins City award, DailyNews, Published: December 20, 2014, Retrieved: February 2, 2015
  9. 9.0 9.1 Harare City lead on spending, The Patriot, Published: JANUARY 22, 2015, Retrieved: February 2, 2015