In a letter to the affiliates signed by the association’s chief executive officer Jonathan Mashingaidze said the contracts and the qualifications should reach the association by March 31.
“The exercise is meant to assist the association to build a data base for coaches in respect of their competency, skills qualification and general welfare,” he wrote.
ZISCA chairperson Beki Nyoni said the move is meant to help the coaches so that they just do not sign contracts that put them at a disadvantage.
“Coaches should not sign performance related contracts because if they fail to meet the requirements of the contract, they get fired and receive nothing. Coaches should just get a working contract,” said Nyoni.