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Bhora Africa is the home of African football. Where you get the expect view from a renowned African football analyst, broadcaster, pundit and writer. The Blogger Marshall Gore is an African journalist who has played the game and also covered African football at all levels including at major tournaments like African Cup of Nations and the World Cup. His rich association with many African national teams, football clubs, players, coaches and the grassroots connection makes him the don of African football.

Mr Gore has featured on many global television/radio stations around the world talking and analysing African football from the heart. He has written several stories on African Football and one of his stories was voted story of the year by the BBC in 2006. He produced an award winning African football documentary which covered the 2010 world cup in South Africa dubbed “BhoraAfrica” where this blog derived its name from. In addition to this, he has also written for several online news tabloids covering African Football and also hosted many functions, conferences and tournaments promoting African football. To put it in simple terms anything he does not know on African football is worth not knowing.

Marshall Gore love for the game started in his native country Zimbabwe where he excelled as an 18 year old player/coach. He guided his local community football club Dudzu De Fimar FC now Ruwa Sports Club from the Goromonzi area zone league into the second division league while studying as a sports journalist at COSSA College in the 90s.

From the humbled beginnings, Mr Gore has gone on to become a highly acclaimed football analyst and TV Pundit. He has feature on several Futbol Mudial TV documentaries, BBC World Services programmes, Aljazeera TV. And he is now a regular and popular pundit on Sky TV featuring on the following programmes, Global Sports Report (Arise TV) Sports 360 (VoxAfrica TV) and Sports News (Ben TV).

Outside the TV arena, Mr Gore has consulted for several Football Associations in Africa and for the FA in the UK on football and racism. He is currently the Chairman of the African Nations Cup UK, African Football Association and Project Director of Team Zimbabwe UK a Diaspora organisation tasked to develop a plan of improving The Zimbabwean National Team.