New Zimbabwe Football Association’s (ZIFA) president Felton Kamambo is set to move the association offices from his predecessor Philip Chiyangwa’s $10,000 per month offices in Chisipite to the National Sports Stadium.
A source at ZIFA told NewZimbabwe.com on Wednesday that Kamambo had already made arrangements to move all operations and staff to the National Sports Stadium over this coming weekend. The source said Kamambo cannot relocate to ZIFA House because of the association’s debts. The source said:
Arrangements are already in place for the association to move its operations to offices at the National Sports Stadium because returning to ZIFA House is definitely out of the picture. Returning to ZIFA House will mean that the association is bedevilled by debt collectors which I am sure is what Kamambo is fleeing from like Chiyangwa did when he took over from Cuthbert Dube.
When contacted for a comment by NewZimbabwe.com, ZIFA communications manager Xolisani Gwesela confirmed they will be vacating Chiyangwa’s premises but declined to confirm whether they were heading to the National Sports stadium saying details will be shared in due course. Chiyangwa was not impressed by NewZimbabwe.com’s efforts to estabklish whether or not ZIFA was finally vacating his offices.
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