Former Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambwa has suggested that Callisto Pasuwa, can improve as a coach if he serves as an assistant coach to a foreigner first. Chidzambwa suggested that an experienced coach would be able to guide Pasuwa and make him better. Chidzambwa also decried the lack of continuity in Zimbabwe.
Referencing his own experience when he served as assistant to the late Reinhard Fabisch before guiding the Warriors to their first ever Africa Cup of Nations, Chidzambwa said:
I benefited a lot from that man [Fabisch]. I was his assistant and learnt a lot from him. Fabisch was that kind of coach, who really liked to study video footage of his opponents and he would employ a system designed for a particular opponent. My success was all because of him.
When we were going to the Africa Cup of Nations, I said we were going to learn, but the problem we have in Zimbabwe is that we don’t have continuity. We were lucky, though, to qualify for the next edition in Egypt, but there was a new coach, who was learning again. So we need continuity if we are to achieve greatness and I think it could be one of the solutions to have Pasuwa as an assistant to a foreign coach.