Chino­timba Sta­dium needs re­fur­bish­ment

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

ED­I­TOR — Chino­timba Sta­dium in Vic­to­ria Falls needs great facelift. It is high time that the mu­nic­i­pal­ity pri­ori­tises the is­sue of the sta­dium tak­ing ad­van­tage of var­i­ous re­fur­bish­ment of in­fra­struc­ture such as roads in the re­sort town.

I sug­gest that the mu­nic­i­pal­ity build dress­ing rooms for teams and above all erect a per­fect perime­ter fence to ward off hooli­gans. The fence which is there is dilapidated and is not worth to be in the flam­boy­ant re­sort town of the coun­try.

It is not good to see play­ers and coaches perched on logs un­der huge teak forests at half time. It damp­ens the morale of play­ers and coaches to work un­der such an en­vi­ron­ment.

Play­ers and coaches wish­ing to re­lief them­selves have no op­tion but to use the nearby bushes, the east­ern side of the sta­dium. This is a health haz­ard.

The mu­nic­i­pal­ity has an ar­ray of health ex­perts and peo­ple are dumb­founded why they should not en­gage the re­spon­si­ble au­thor­i­ties to re­dress the sit­u­a­tion. I was stunned re­cently when I ob­served a for­mer great foot­ball player who had come with his first divi­sion side in the re­sort re­liev­ing him­self be­hind shrubs in the pub­lic eyes. Ido not blame him.

Please do some­thing. Vic­tor “The Bro­ken Gas­ket “Sibanda, Vic­to­ria Falls.

Par­don Ma k u n i k e , Zimre Park.

RBZ Gover­nor John Man­gudya Readers are in­vited to send com­ments and feed­back to: 0773 292 364. All sms or What­sapp con­tri­bu­tions must in­clude the sender’s name or pseu­do­nym as well as town or home area. Since the Chron­i­cle is pub­lished in English, we would pre­fer our readers to write in English. — Ed­i­tor.

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