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Chunga invited to Belgium



Former Warriors midfielder Moses Chunga has been invited to Belgium for 10 days for a coaching course and a visit to his former club.

Chunga, who also played for Dynamos, left the country yesterday to Belgium side E.Alst.

He said it is an honour for him to be invited by his former club in Belgium as that shows how much they value the contribution he made to the club.

“I am very happy that I have been invited by E.Alst to help them in the coaching lessons, which the club will be conducting in the country,” he said.

“I will be in Belgium for about two weeks and during my stay there I will be hosted by E.Alst. They will pay for my light and accommodation as well,” Chunga said.

In 2009 Chunga led Gunners to the Zimbabwe Castle Lager League title, but at the end of this season things didn’t go well and the team was relegated to the First Division.

At the end of the league, Chunga said that he will be taking a break from the game for a while as he decides what his next move will be.

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