CAPS United legend Leonard Tsipa has retired from football following an injury. He is now part of coaches attending level one and two courses organised by the Zimbabwe Soccer Coaches Association in Harare.
Former Dynamos player Eddie Mashiri, is also part of the learners. Other former players are; Kelvin Mushangazhike, Marlon Jani, Daniel Kamunhenga, Elton Chimedza and Itai Gwandu.
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