Roderick Mutuma sets his focus on 2017 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League golden boot award

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Highlanders striker Roderick Mutuma, said he is targeting the 2017 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League golden boot award.

Mutuma won the Golden Boot Award in 2011 with 15 goals before he moved to South Africa to play for Bloemfontein Celtic. He also said that he wants to reclaim his jersey in the Warriors squad for the Africa Nations Championships where the Warriors have been drawn to face Namibia in the qualifying round. He also wants to reward Highlanders coach Errol Akbay for having faith in him after having failed to settle at the other two of Zimbabwe’s most popular football teams, Caps United and Dynamos.

Mutuma who has made headlines for arguing with referees and fighting with team mates and opponents says he has left all that behind him and is now a new man with new dreams.

More: Harare News

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Roderick Mutuma “The Prince” is a Zimbabwean national professional footballer. He is a former player for Yadah FC and the Zimbabwe National team Warriors as a striker. He is one of the few players to have crossed the "great divide", Playing for Dynamos and going... Read More About Roderick Mutuma

Football in Zimbabwe cannot be fully understood without mentioning the Premier Soccer League. The Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League is the country’s top flight football league which runs every year with about 16 teams from different regions of the country. The football initiative which is the... Read More About Premier Soccer League

Highlanders Football Club popularly known as Bosso is one the oldest football clubs in Zimbabwe which was formed in 1926 and is based in Bulawayo.Its current coach is Erol Akbay and Barbourfields Stadium is the home ground of the team. The team has so far... Read More About Highlanders


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