At one point, he thought he was a cursed man after making a move from Bulawayo giants Highlanders to join CAPS United at the beginning of the 2012 season.
What boggled his mind most was that the team he had left in a huff had overnight become the team of the moment while the team he had joined with the aim of making a name for himself was performing dismally.
“I thought I had made a wrong move in my life. The team which I left that had given me fame had become a team of the moment overnight,” Kutsanzira said.
But after the Quelaton match in which Makepekepe registered their first win of the season, Kutsanzira suddenly became a revelation at the Green Machine.
The pint sized tear-away winger has hit top form which has seen him scoring three goals in two matches and making several assists.
Kutsanzira’s inspirational form has brought solace to Irish coach Sean Connor who had a bad start to the season with some sections of the Caps fans calling for his early exit. Kutsanzira currently enjoys hero status at the club.
Kutsanzira believes his brace that sunk FC Platinum in their 3-1 win in a mid-week fixture at the giant National Sports Stadium has added more flavour to his form.
“I am happy that I have started scoring for my club and I hope this is going to add more confidence both to the coaches and players. I am feeling at home with the support of my teammates. I can’t complain,” Kutsanzira said.
The FC Platinum match was Caps’ first biggest test of the season with their other two wins coming against the lowly rated Quelaton and Blue Rangers with an identical one nil score line.
Kutsanzira dedicated his two goals against FC Platinum to his mother. “I felt honoured to score a brace against such a big team and I have dedicated the goals to my mother as her birthday present since we both share the month of May as our birthday month. I have just turned 24,” said Kutsanzira.