Quincy Antipas is of the most talented forwards to have played for Motor Action Football Club. Antipas is largely popular due to his dribbling skills and goal scoring.

Quincy Antipas
Quincy Antipas, FC Holbrok, Zimbabwean Soccer
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Born Quincy Antipas
April 20, 1984
Harare
Residence Denmark
Nationality Zimbabwean
Education Moffat Primary School
Occupation
  • Soccer Player
Employer Holbrok FC
Known for Dribbling ability
Parent(s)
Relatives Shanelle, Patrice, Whitney

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Background

Quincy was born on 20 April 1984 in Harare. He comes from a family of four children, two step sisters named Shanelle and Patrice and then blood sister Whitney. He is son to one of the most iconic yesteryear footballer and now coach, Joey Antipas.[1]

Education

Antipas attended Moffat Primary School in Harare . He got a bursary to study at Prince Edward School because of his recognition in the game of cricket.[2]

Career

Growing up, Antipas was not into soccer, he was actually more into cricket but surprisingly ended up being a soccer start. He started his football career at Motor Action Football Club where he made a name for himself for his pace and dribbling skills. After quite a long stint with the Mighty Bulls, Antipas made a move to join CAPS United Football Club. At Makepekepe, Antipas won the premier league title two consecutive times under the guidance of Charles Mhlauri [3] He has also had six-year stint in Denmark playing for five clubs, some of them which include Blokhus, HB Koge, and Hobro IK.[3] He joined Hobro in 2014 and was a regular for the club and scoring a string of crucial goals for the club. His fine performance for Hobro also spilled into the 2015 season where he also scored important goals for the club including a brace in a league game against Esbjerg.[2] Quincy pointed out that despite being a football great, he did not play a part in grooming him as a footballer. Instead, it is said that people such as Zivanai Chiyangwa and David George were more instrumental in his development as a footballer.

Teams Played For

National Team Caps

Antipas has represented the national team on several occasions, among some of the most prominent moments that he has featured for the national team include a friendly match against the Brazil national team better known as the Samba boys.

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Picture Gallery

Video

Quincy in action

Awards





References

  1. Top Sixteen you didn't know about Quincy Antipas, Darryl Zimbabwe Youth Village, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: June 24, 2015
  2. 2.0 2.1 , Quincy Antipas dreams big,NewsDay, Published:21 June 2010, retrieved:24 Jun 2015 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "newsday" defined multiple times with different content
  3. 3.0 3.1 Michael Madyira Quincy Antipas joins Holbro IK, The Standard, Published: July 20, 2014, Retrieved: June 24, 2015