Sports Reporter

THE Yadah adventure this year has all been about Khama Billiat.

Ever since the Zimbabwe international’s arrival at the Miracle Boys, he has been the story of their season.

Billiat has dominated the headlines at Yadah with his five goals, which has placed him among the leading scorers in the domestic Premiership.

He has also been brilliant, on the occasions he has been fit enough to play, and has scored a goal against all the major contenders for the league championship.

He was on target against championship leaders FC Platinum and also scored against champions Ngezi Platinum Stars and the high-flying Manica Diamonds.

Yadah also held Dynamos to a draw and they have 15 points from as many games.

But, the Miracle Boys’ story has not been just about KHama Billiat this season.

The club have caught the eyes of many with their quest to project a professional side to everything about them.

They have been going to their away games dressed in designer suits, just like the top clubs in Europe, where players are made to feel they are going to work in the office, which is represented, in their case, by the stadiums where they play.

“For a small club, they are trying their best to project a picture of professionalism,” said a source.

“It might not have won them many points but they are setting the right example.

“They also have their own stadium and they are ticking all the right boxes.”

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