ZimbabweHuchi Entertainment Genesis Mangombe Biography | Age, Education, Career as a Footballer, Career as a Coach, Achievements

Genesis Mangombe Biography | Age, Education, Career as a Footballer, Career as a Coach, Achievements

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Age

Genesis Mangombe was born on April 1, 1983, at Chipinge District Hospital.

Education

Genesis Mangombe attended Clearwater Primary School in Chipinge for his primary education and later continued his studies at various secondary schools in the district. Currently pursuing a Sports Science degree at Bindura University of Science Education (BUSE) as of 2023.

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Football Career

Mangombe’s passion for football ignited in primary school, where he captained his school’s team. Joining the Zimbabwe Republic Police in 2005, he played for ZRP Morris and achieved recognition in the SAPRCO Games in Botswana.

From 2006 to 2008, Mangombe played for Black Mambas in the Northern Region, facing challenges with a severe knee injury. This setback led him to coaching studies in 2009, obtaining coaching certificates while still an active player.

Coaching Career

Club Coaching

Mangombe started as an assistant coach and later became head coach for the Under-17s at Prince Edward, recommended by Rodwell Dhlakama. His coaching journey continued with appointments at ZRP Harare and Hetchford FC before joining Yadah Stars as head coach in 2019.

National Team

Appointed as the second assistant to Warriors coach Baltemar José de Oliveira Brito in September 2023, Mangombe played a crucial role in an invitational match against the Zebras, marking the celebration of Botswana’s Independence Day.

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Achievements

On December 3, 2023, Mangombe guided Dynamos Football Club to victory in the Chibuku Super Cup, securing their first title in nine years. This triumph earned them a spot in the CAF Confederations Cup.

References

From rural Chipinge to coaching Dynamos – Dynamos coach Genesis Mangombe picks his first major individual award.

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