France-based Warriors midfielder Marshall Munetsi has spent most of his off-season break back home visiting underprivileged children with the desire to understand how else he can be of assistance.
The 24-year-old Stade de Reims star has been in the country for the past three weeks.
During this time, Munetsi has been focusing on charity initiatives spearheaded by his foundation, the Marshall Munetsi Foundation (MMF).
Last week, MMF donated football kits and soccer balls to Kadyamadare Primary School at his home village Chikwaka. Munetsi told The Sports Hub:
It’s been a great pleasure having people like Munyaradzi Tembo, Tawonga Mudavanhu, Keith Chinamasa and Talent Chawapiwa helping me visit and interact with kids in different areas and to know how best we can help them.
It is our desire to do more for these kids as a foundation and this offseason break has helped me to understand areas of need for most of these kids. And we shall be doing more to assist in future.
Munetsi got a chance to meet Warriors coach Zdravko Logarusic face-to-face for the first time and the two said they had a fruitful meeting.
The midfielder has never featured in Logarusic’s teams since the Croat was appointed early last year having been unavailable for one or the other reason whenever he was called up.
He described his meeting with the Croatian as a “good one”, saying he is looking forward to working with him in the upcoming games.