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RSM courts CM for Chibuku refurbishment
A private sports marketing company, RSM, has courted Chitungwiza Municipality with an aim to bring top flight soccer to the city. Royal Sports Marketing Managing Director Stanley Makombe confirmed they had submitted a proposal to CM and were expecting a response after a full council seating.
Makombe is the one who also brokered the sponsorship partnership between the Northern Region Division One League and Japanese car dealer, Navi.
“The vision is to begin by having a first division club for Chitungwiza which will operate on a commercial basis with players getting loaned to elite clubs internally and externally, thereby generating income for more sustainability.
“We (RSM) are bringing a partner who is prepared to invest some money in the renovation of Chibuku Stadium to be used as home for the community team which we anticipate to have a generous local support base.
“When you look at it, Chibuku (Stadium) is much more powerful than Gwanzura and is located in a closed community and the results from our survey satisfied us that we can reap good fruit from the arrangement if it sails through,” said Makombe.
Meanwhile, Chitungwiza Municipality FC has this year set a target to get promotion into Division 1, with the long term goal being to emulate other cities that have teams playing in the top flight Premier Soccer League.
They include recently promoted Mutare City and Bulawayo, while many other cities have clubs that are not necessarily run by local authorities but bring weekend entertainment to their local residents every time they play at home.
These are the likes of FC Platinum (Zvishavane), ZPC Kariba and Tsholotsho FC, Chapungu (Gweru), Hwange and Beitbridge based Border Strikers FC which uses Dulibadzimu as their home ground.
Chitungwiza Municipality FC chairman Ranganai Goma said as they prepare for the new league which begins on April 16, they are in the process of finalizing registration of players.
“This year we aim to end at the top so that we are promoted into Div 1. Thereafter we aspire to bring the premiership to the thousands of soccer lovers who have to go to Harare every week in search of a soccer weekend.”
The club was last season perched on the seventh position. They use Chibuku Stadium as their home ground.