Tatenda Munditi is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for Harare City Football Club and the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team as a goalkeeper.

Tatenda Munditi
Tatenda Munditi, Zimbabwean Football
Image Via Harare City
Born November 25, 1997
Residence Harare, Zimbabwe
Education Chemhanza High School
Occupation
  • Footballer
Employer Harare City Football Club
Known for Playing for the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team
Notable work Won the Coca-Cola 2014 Goalkeeper of the tournament Award

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Background

Tatenda Munditi was born on 25 November 1997.[1]

Education

Munditi attended Chemhanza High School for his secondary education.[2]

Career

Affectionately known in the football circles as "Diara", Munditi started his footballing career in high school where he was the goalkeeper for Chemhanza High School. He was signed by Mutare based Division one club Mutare City Football Club in 2014 and went to Brazil for the Coca-Cola camp young players received training.[2] He also played in the Coca-cola schools tournament in the under 16 category.[2] In 22015, Munditi was called to play for the under 23 and the national team by coach Calisto Pasuwa. Although he was substitute, he was part of the 18 member warriors team that played in the 2016 AFCON Qualifier games.[3]

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References

  1. , Tatenda Munditi,Harare City, retrieved:26 Jun 2015"
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 B. Nkiwane, Tatenda Munditi :From hero to villain, to hero,The Standard, published:1 Jun 2014,retrieved:26 Jun 2015"
  3. , Pasuwa picks Cosafa squad,SuperSport, published:30 Apr 2015,retrieved:26 Jun 2015"