Matabeleland Beat Chagos Island

Matabeleland Beat Chagos Island
Published: 08 June 2018 (810 Views)
Matabeleland Football beat Chagos Island in a Paddy Power CONIFA World Football Cup match played yesterday in London.

Matabeleland has played three games in a row and is still undefeated.

Matabeleland manager Justin Walley, pictured with Grobbelaar, announced the news on Twitter, stating that: "What a pleasure it was for me to tell Bruce Grobbelaar he was starting today! Playing international football again, aged 60, and keeping a clean sheet for the 25 minutes he played! Final Score: @MatabelFootball 1 Chagos Islands 0 @MatabelFootball @CONIFAOfficial #WFC2018."





The players are representing the Matabeleland region in West and South-West Zimbabwe, which encompasses three provinces: Matabeleland North, Bulawayo and Matabeleland South.







- Byo24News

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