Ailing former Zimbabwe Warriors captain and coach Misheck Chidzambwa has successfully undergone a surgical operation to remove a growth in his stomach.

Chidzambwa was admitted at a local private clinic where doctors successfully removed the tumour.

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Chidzambwa said he has not been feeling well since the beginning of the Covid19 induced national lockdown in March this year.

“I haven’t been feeling well since the coronavirus lockdown started. But, I must say my condition is stable and there is nothing to worry about. I am due to go for an operation, which might take place any time from now. I am just waiting for the confirmation of the dates,” said Chidzambwa.

The successful operation was confirmed by veteran football commentator Charles Mabika.

Am so elated . . . Misheck “Scania” Chidzambwa underwent a successful operation yesterday. We thank the Almighty for guidingg the doctors and nurses who were involved during this very hard time. God is truly great . . . wish you all the best “Sccania Lakaju” on your recovery.

Chidzambwa made history by becoming the first Warriors captain to win a silverware with the national team after he bagged the regional Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup at Rufaro Stadium in 1985.



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