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Marvelous Nakamba, a midfielder for WARRIORS and Aston Villa, is expecting for a stronger English Premier League (EPL) season in 2022–23 as his team opens its campaign on August 6 against promoted Bournemouth, which is home to fellow countryman Jordan Zemura.
Nakamba had a season marred by injuries, and he didn’t start playing again until near the conclusion of the season, when Villa finished 14th in the EPL.
“I’ve been playing for Villa for three years, and things are going well in the English Premier League thus far. For the fourth season, I’m returning. Although there have been many ups and downs, I believe I have evolved in it “At the Marvelous Nakamba Under-17 boys football competition at White City Stadium in Bulawayo, he spoke to NewsDay Sport.
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“I’m glad to be a part of it since the club is still in the Premier League and because I think the direction the team is going in is incredibly exciting. My goals right now are to return, begin the new season, practice hard, and offer everything I have to the team in the hopes that the best will emerge.”
Born in rural Hwange in the Matabeleland North area, the former Club Brugge midfielder spent his youth football at Njube Sundowns, Grassroot Soccer, Highlanders, and finally Bantu Rovers in Bulawayo.
Prior to joining Vitese in the Netherlands in 2013, he played for Nancy in France.
Before Villa called two years later, in 2017, he signed with Club Brugge in Belgium.
Nakamba was energized by the reaction to the debut competition for the Under-17 and needs to extend its impression to incorporate the Under-13 and Under-15s and furthermore young ladies.
It’s a nice sentiment for me. This is where I began too, playing these sorts of competitions. I recall one time we went to the US for the Dallas Cup (with Bantu Rovers) and it roused me. Presently I want to help different groups,” he said.
“We have the ability and we have the possible in Africa and Zimbabwe. It is truly dependent upon us to help these adolescents so they can be roused.
“With help, the sky is the limit. We are trying as the Marvelous Nakamba Foundation to help them however, even the young ladies. The establishment is there for everybody.”
He added: “I’m likewise glad to see every one of the youngsters who came here to watch the competition. It truly roused me and I likewise ask that this persuades them so they can accept that living their dreams is conceivable.”
The competition was won by Majesa Academy of Mutare, who beat Highlanders 2-1 in the last.
The opposition was, nonetheless, damaged by age-cheating, which saw Dynamos being precluded from the occasion.