Bonne sends documents to Zimbabwe passport, ready for warriors


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Macauley, accompanied by his agent Matthew Halford, also had time to convey his condolences to the families who lost their loved ones during the disaster of Cyclone Idai, signing the Book of Condolences at the embassy of Zimbabwe.

Macauley Bonne, a UK-born Warriors striker, is expected to play for the national team in competitive matches after applying for a passport at the Zimbabwean embassy in London today.

The 23-year veteran has played in the Warriors before in friendlies, but needs a Zimbabwean passport to play competitive matches.

Diaspora community organization Marshall Gore, chief executive of Team Zimbabwe, confirmed the development this afternoon.

"The request will be processed and completed in Zimbabwe, and Warriors team manager, Wellington Mpandare, will facilitate the process without additional delays," Gore said.

"Macauley is happy to have seen the process and is fully committed to being part of the Zimbabwe national team in future tasks. There were family issues that needed to be resolved … it was not easy to get here, but I'm happy. passport now, "Gore said.

The Zimbabwe team from the UK also made it easier for other diaspora players, such as Tendayi Darikwa, Kundai Benyu and Admiral Mutsekwi, to take part in the Warriors friendly matches.

Warriors team manager, Mpandare, is leading the initiative to explore emerging talents from the diaspora community.

With the Warriors qualifying for the African Nations Cup of 2019, scheduled for Egypt this year, Macauley's availability will expand the team of coaches of the selection Sunday Chidzambwa.


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