ZIFA Looking For A New Warriors’ Coach

The country’s football administration board ZIFA is currently hunting for a new coach, the Sunday Mail reports. The seat fell vacant when the Warriors’s then coach Sunday Chidzambga resigned when the warriors returned from Egypt for the AFCON.

According to the publication ZIFA has the following conditions:

The new Warriors coach should be a holder of a CAF A Coaching Badge and should have at least 10 years’ international football experience

ZIFA also wants someone with practical experience of Zimbabwean and African football.

ZIFA is reportedly also looking for:


  1. Warriors team manager,
  2. Referees desk manager,
  3. Women football administrator,
  4. Youth development officer
  5. An assistant to the technical director.
  6. A marketing officer,
  7. An accounts clerk
  8. A manager for the Zifa Village in Mt Hampden.

Joey Antipas has been the acting gaffer but he also quit after the Warriors played against Zambia last month.

More: The Sunday Mail 



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