Warriors winger, Khama Billiat’s representative, Mike Ngobeni, said that the Kaizer Chiefs talisman has no plans to retire from international football.
There were reports soon after the Africa Cup of Nations humiliation that the 28-year-old and a number of senior players were considering quitting the national team.
However, in an interview with a South African publication, the Sowetan, Ngobeni said that even though ZIFA has financial challenges, Billiat would even pay for his tickets and not complain. He said:
Khama is still going to serve his country and will play for the national team.
Of course, Zimbabwe is struggling financially, which we all know about.
Even if he has to pay for his own ticket, he will do that and not complain about it.
ZIFA made negative headlines during the Warriors’ stay in Egypt. There were reports of mutiny by players who are still owed substantial amounts by the Association.
It was also revealed last week that the team was told to buy own tickets to fly back home after the end of their AFCON campaign.
Khama Billiat is a Zimbabwean international footballer who is based in South Africa where he plays for Kaizer Chiefs. Read More About Khama Billiat