Former Liverpool and Warriors goalkeeper, Bruce Grobbelaar has expressed interest to take over as Warriors coach after having been briefly appointed player-manager twice in 1997.
Speaking to The Herald from his Canadian base Grobbelaar said:
As you are aware I love my country Zimbabwe. I have over (the) years committed myself to Zimbabwean football as a player and as a coach. I still have a lot to give back to Zimbabwean football with my years of experience in football (both)in UK and Africa. I have watched the Zimbabwe Warriors team perform during the (last) Nations Cup. I trust I can bring some great technical ideas to this team. I have made my review of the performance of the Warriors team and also what I think went wrong. With the current squad and additions to this team, Zimbabwe could outperform most teams in Africa.
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He said that he is ready for duty if hired or called for the position of national team head coach. Grobbelaar also saluted Pasuwa for qualifying for the AFCON finals that were held in Gabon recently.