Zimbabwe has talented sports personalities dotted around the globe and football is no exception. Since the 90s and into the early years of the 21st century, Zimbabwean players were a regular sight, not just in the top European leagues but actually playing for the sides winning those leagues.

The economic downturn of the country forced people to search for better life in the Western coutries. In the process a vast of talent moved along. Though most of the players are still unheralded, media has played a huge role in unearthing the vast talent across the globe.

Interim Warriors coach Wilson Mutekede called up into the senior team England based players with hope of luring them for national duty.

Tendayi Darikwa, Admiral Muskwe, Kundai Benyu and Macauley Bonne are expected to join the Warriors contigent for two friendly matches against Lesotho and Namibia.

Soccer24 lists some of young players in foreign leagues around the globe.

Tatenda Chibharo -England
Tamupiwa Dimairo – Australia
Christopher Mbamba – Sweden
Mbekezeli Sibanda – Slovakia
Felix Metzler – Germany
Brian Jamba – Australia
Morris Matsuuke – Finland
Rugare Musendo – England
Cecil Nyoni – (Harrogate Town,England)
Bradley Pritchard -England
Farai Hallam -(Thamesmead Town, England)
Michael White – England
Tinashe Abrahams – England
Trevor Mutero – (Glyfada FC, Greece)
Lyle Orange -England
Tinashe Ibrahim -England
Ingo Madinda Ndlovu Jnr- ( England)
Munya Mbanje -England
Munya Jaravaza – England
Innocent Dzviti -England
David Deenay -Englan
Lewin Nyatanga Barnsley, England
Mthulisi Lofetso -Russia
Oscar Sibanda – Ireland
Peter Nzurubaye -Poland
Tinashe Marowa – Australia
Cliff Moyo – Englsnd

Evidence would suggest that as a nation we are producing just as many good players. Soccer 24 will do the very best in tracking down most of the players and profiling their games and perfomances.