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Ex-Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor John Mangudya’s Business Card Found in Man Utd Star Marcus Rashford’s Wrecked £700K Rolls Royce?

Former RBZ Governor John Mangudya’s Business Card Found in Manchester United Star Marcus Rashford’s Wrecked £700K Rolls Royce?

The internet is buzzing after former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor Dr John Panonetsa Mangudya’s business card was allegedly found in Manchester United Football Club forward Marcus Rashford’s Rolls Royce.

The incident is caught in a video uploaded on YouTube by Mat Armstrong, a content creator from Leicester, who has built a hugely successful channel by restoring wrecked supercars.

In the video, Armstrong was attempting to restore Rashford’s Mansory Rolls-Royce Wraith which he purchased at an auction for £184,000.

John Magudyua’s business card found during the restoration of Marcus Rashford’s former Rolls Royce (Image: Mat Armstrong)
The custom Mansory Black Badge Wraith had been written off after a collision with Rashford at the wheel. Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident, but the £700,000 car sustained significant damage to its left side. The car had less than 1,000 miles on the clock and Mat bought another £90,000 Rolls-Royce to help in the restoration process.

It turns out that former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor Dr John Panonetsa Mangudya’s business card was found in the back of the car that Armstrong bought for spare parts to assist in the restoration of Marcus Rashford’s custom Mansory Rolls-Royce Wraith. After countless hours of hard work, the Mansory Black Badge Wraith is back on the road although it still requires a few finishing touches.

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Zimbabweans who were under the impression that Mangudya’s business card was found In the back of Rashford’s car made light of the situation. They playfully speculated that John Mangudya had given Marcus Rashford his business card in an attempt to woo the Man Utd forward into investing in Zimbabwe. However, some rightly pointed out that the card was found in the car bought for parts.

Here are some of the hilarious comments:

@PatrickZuva:

That is wild. Maybe John has been making himself extra useful, trying to get Marcus to invest in Zimbabwe.

@Munhukwaye_L:

You missed the point. The card was in the donor car (where the parts were being stripped to fix Rashford’s). It means whoever owned that car at least had links to Zimbabwe/Mangudya etc. It’s also not a secret that most of the loot is invested in Europe, especially in Big houses and cars

Ezoic
@solothestar3:

Do we have any information on whose car was it, who owned this “Sue” car broken down for arts

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