Kadoma City Council Football Club focus on next season

The Northern region division two league team which topped the standings and booked playoffs berth in Chinhoyi stadium with Norton Community Football club which topped division 2B group.

The Kadoma based team lost 5-2 on penalties to Norton Community team after playing one all in regulation time last Saturday.

Despite attempts by Norton team to play unregistered players, Kadoma City team Chairman Mr Nyiketani Chauke said their executive decided not to challenge the game,saying they should have allowed the said players to play first and capture the evidence but they just blocked them to play without capturing evidence for contestation.

The Kadoma City Chairman said we have moved on and geared for next season.

He said to the stakeholders i express my sincere appreciation for your support and dedication to Kadoma City Football Club.

“Your contributions and support have been invaluable to our Team, and I am grateful for that specifically, I want to recognize your support from day one of the Season up to the Final Play Offs in Chinhoyi.

You sacrificed your resources ,time, money in making sure you accompanied the Team to the Final Play Offs. Your contributions and support have not gone unnoticed, and I want to publicly acknowledge your efforts.I encourage you to keep up your unwavering support and contribution to the growth and development of soccer in Kadoma.Let me take this time to congratulate and thank our Technical Team, the Players and the Executive for a job well-done. You gave a good fight.This journey could not have been possible without the blessings and support from our Mayor, Councilor Nigel Rozario and his Team of dedicated Councilors. Thank you, his Worship.To the Town Clerk, Mr Dondo and his Team of Directors, I say keep on supporting the Boys.To Yemunyanza Supporters, Ndashaya Remuromo.
Lastly, I would like to congratulate Norton Community Football Club for winning promotion into Division 1. You gave us a good fight and for that I say congratulations,said the chairman Mr Chauke.

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