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Chunga buoyed by Belgium trip



Former Warriors captain Moses Chunga said he “was welcomed like a king” when he visited his former club Eendracht Aalst.

Chunga recently returned from a 10-day trip to Belgium, where he met up with officials and supporters from his former employers.

And despite turning out for the side almost 20 years ago, he said the club’s fans treated him like he was one of their current players. The Dynamos legend was also honoured by the mayor of Eendracht for his past efforts.

“I was honoured in the ‘Hall of Fame’ by the mayor of the town and that means a lot,” Chungu told Supersport.com.

“I cannot describe how happy and excited I was to be the guest of honour for the team after 20 years.”

“I also watched the game between my former team and Royal Antwerp where I was welcomed like a king. It was really a heart warming visit trip back to Belgium,” concluded Chunga.

The 47-year-old Chunga, a midfielder during his playing days, is regarded as one of Zimbabwe’s finest talents.

He spent five years with Dynamos before representing Eendracht Aalst from 1987 to 1991. Eendracht Aalst campaign in the Belgian Second Division, which is the second tier in the country.



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