Zifa warns clubs against appointing unqualified coaches as managers

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The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has warned Castle Lager Premier Soccer League that are evading club licensing system by appointing unqualified coaches as club managers.

ZIFA club licensing manager and ZIFA spokesperson Xolani Gwasela warned clubs who are trying to beat the system. Said Gwasela:

We also would like to reiterate that no unqualified coaches are allowed to sit on the bench and that CAF A licences are still a prerequisite. We are very much aware that some clubs have dodged the system by appointing unqualified coaches as team managers. As Zifa, we take great exception this dubious distinction, and we urge clubs to be professional.

More: Herald

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