End­less green love

The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - SPORT -

Magu­mise told The Sun­day Mail last Thurs­day.

“To be hon­est, I was pushed dur­ing the wild cel­e­bra­tions, but I can’t say it was in­ten­tional. Let’s call it a mishap. More­over, I was sit­ting amongst the Caps United family, so they would never hurt me.”

Magu­mise had a tough time ex­plain­ing a blood-stained shirt to his wife when he got home.

“Tests, scans and X-rays were done on the same day and the doc­tors said I was fine, so I was dis­charged. Caps United paid for ev­ery­thing.

“I ac­tu­ally got a kombi to Hat­field where I stay and on ar­riv­ing my wife was shocked to see my shirt with blood. I ex­plained what hap­pened and since she doesn’t like foot­ball she re­minded me of how she al­ways dis­suades me from go­ing to foot­ball matches.

“How­ever, when other fans like ZiSu­per vis­ited me she got to ap­pre­ci­ate the love I was re­ceiv­ing, love which can be equated to what other peo­ple get from church mates,” he said.

Magu­mise, fa­ther to Juliet (12), Ta­beth (6) and 11-month-old Paul Ju­nior, dreams of record­ing a gospel al­bum

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