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HONOUR GOMBAMI Zimbabwe footballer

Honour Gombami (born 9 January 1983, in Gwanda) is a Zimbabwean football player. He is a member of the Zimbabwe national football team.
Cercle’s new head coach De Boeck was quite immediately impressed by Gombami’s skills. He even stated that in the future he saw Gombami playing for Anderlecht, De Boeck’s former team and Belgium’s most notable top team. Rumours were going that Anderlecht had approached Gombami for a transfer in May 2008. However, Anderlecht manager Herman Van Holsbeeck denied this.
Gombami lives together with his team mate Vuza Nyoni in an apartment in Bruges. They both recommended Obadiah Tarumbwa to the Cercle management.
In December 2010, Gombami was severely injured in a match against RC Genk. It took 15 months for Gombami to make his comeback. In the summer of 2012, Gombami signed for Belgian Second Division team Antwerp.

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