ZIFA APPOINTS ‘SUBSTANTIVE’ WARRIORS COACH
The Zimbabwe Football Association has announced the appointment of Sunday Chidzambwa as the substantive coach of national team with immediate effect, on a one-year performance-based contract. The Association announced the development in a statement:
The Zimbabwe Football Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Sunday Chidzambwa as the substantive Senior Men’s National Team coach with immediate effect, on a one-year performance-based contract.
The Association is confident that the coming in of Chidzambwa, Zimbabwe’s most successful coach, will steer the Warriors towards the 2019 Total Africa Cup of Nations finals as he has no club football distractions. Zifa on its part will endeavour to provide all the necessary support to ensure success for the Warriors.
Chidzambwa is the first coach to lead Zimbabwe to the Afcon finals in Tunisia in 2004 and he has won the COSAFA Castle Cup a record three times, with the latest coming in 2017.
At club level, he led Dynamos to the CAF Champions League final in 1998 and he won three league titles with the club in 1994, 1995 and 1997.
We wish him all the best on his full time return to the Warriors fold.