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Manuvire on cloud nine


ZPC Kariba attacking midfielder Raphael Manuvire (25), who produced a vintage performance scoring a brace in their 5-1 mauling of Triangle at Gibbo Stadium on Sunday, says he is reaping the rewards of hard work.

ZPC Kariba are unbeaten after six starts, but have only scored three times before the match against Triangle.

In an interview with NewsDay Sport yesterday, Manuvire, born and bred in Chegutu, said goals had not been coming despite all his creative work.
“Goals have not been coming despite the creative work I have been doing. Since the start of the new season I have been doing well, I was just patient and composed enough and the goals finally came.

“I think hard work is now paying off and I hope to continue with the form. We started the season on a  high note. My target is for the team to end in the top-eight. Winning the league will be a bonus for us. I think everyone in the team is working hard,” he added.

ZPC Kariba head coach Saul Chaminuka showered praises on the player describing him as a very consistent.

“He is the vice-captain of the team, he is our ball player and is very creative. He is very consistent. Since the start of the season he has been performing well and is very key to our squad, he works well with all his team mates.”

Manuvire has formed a formidable combination with former Triangle, Railstars and Caps United striker Limited Chikafa.

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