Following Swaziland’s withdrawal from the All-Africa Games qualifiers, the Zimbabwe national Under-23 team has returned to sleep ahead of a second round clash with Cameroon.
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The “Killing Machine”, “Doctor of football” Luke Masomere is assembling at How Mine is likely to suffer a double whammy as prolific striker Leftara Ndale’s move to the gold miners now appears shrouded in underhand dealings.
That Kalisto Pasuwa stayed behind when the Young Warriors were playing Botswana a fortnight ago should be a lesson to Zifa to abandon this system of relying too much on club coaches.
A storm is brewing within the Zifa board over the current Afcon bid.
Zifa will this week announce assistant coaches to all national teams starting from grassroots level up to the national developmental side.
AFTER missing the recent week-long international football period, Zifa are still battling to find opponents for the national Under-23 team in next month’s international days.
ZIFA’S new national Under-23s project could turn out to be another disaster as it emerges Kalisto Pasuwa is yet to be formally appointed substantive coach.
Zimbabwe Football Association president Cuthbert Dube has admitted the association owes three former national team coaches outstanding salaries and allowances.
A decision by the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Education, Sports, Arts and Culture, to summon national team coaches to appear before it, shows that the government arm is running faster than Zifa.
THE Zifa High Performance Technical Committee got the shock of their lives when they learnt that the Warriors gaffer was employed by Zifa without submitting his coaching credentials.