I AM really insensed by the confusion and chaos that has been brought to our football by the local flashy businessman Wicknell Chivhayo.
By Gugugu Magorira,Our Reader
Can he respectifully be reminded that Zimbabwe is bigger than him and his flamboyance is not worth emulating at all.
Chivayo has made deafening noise over his Warriors sponsorship and the so-called US$3 000 lunch money for poor Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa and has gone on to insult the innocent journalist who had written a story on the state of affairs in our football, but why does he think he is too rich and licenced to spit vernom on “poor” journalists.
Sorry Wicknell, you seem to be misleading yourself here and getting too bigheaded for your own good.
For your own information, we have been watching soccer since time immemorial, exciting soccer for that matter way back before you were born. Though I was born in the countryside, and now in Zvishavane, though without money, but I am proud of my country and the abundant football talent within it.
However, I got very sick when I read your hollow and misleading piece in one of the papers. You say you were empowered by Zanu PF or President Robert Mugabe when you very well know the origins of your wealth. Everybody now knows.
Wicknell, give us a break instead of waffling and showing off your tokoloshi money — the nation will very soon know the real story behind your wealth. It’s coming.
It is better for you to shut up now and keep your dirty money to yourself.
As soccer fans we doubt your sincerity and commitment to the development of Zimbabwean soccer.
Please be advised adequately that we do not need your money to enjoy soccer. I don’t think we need our soccer to be sponsored by criminals.
Wicknell, we know those bootlicking you for the dirty money, including those in Zifa, the Zimbabwe National Soccer Supporters Association and some reporters. Just keep away from our soccer, keep your cars and just shut up.
Your involvement in soccer is keeping serious sponsors away.