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Chidzambga Backs Mapeza To Continue As Warriors Coach

Chidzambga Backs Mapeza To Continue As Warriors Coach

Former Warriors and Dynamos coach Sunday “Mhofu” Chidzambga has backed Norman Mapeza to continue as the national team coach despite his failure to revive the Warriors’ 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign or to reach the knockout stages of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals in Cameroon.

Chidzambga, who took the Warriors to two AFCON finals, in 2004 and 2019, believes that one of the reasons behind the Warriors’ poor performances at tournaments is a lack of continuity in the technical department. Said Chidzambga:

I think our problem lies in the system we have in place. We don’t have a sound junior policy to ensure we continue to produce more talent.

The other problem is that we keep changing coaches, we don’t believe in continuity.

So it becomes difficult for us to progress as a football nation under these circumstances. Look at Germany, how long have they been with Joachim Löw, 15 years.

I believe Mapeza should be given the chance to continue and we put the right systems in place if we are to succeed as a nation.

Meanwhile, Mapeza’s contract ended last week following the Warriors’ early exit from AFCON.

More: NewsDay

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8 Comments

🧐 8 months ago

I back Chidzambwa for backing Mapeza to continue as Head Coach. Dai ZIFA yaita establish a Council of Yesteryear Football Greats inenge iina the likes of ivo Mhofu, Madinda, Peter, Benjani, Alois, Shingi, Razorman (Moses), Pasuwa, etc vova ndivo vanopa ZIFA ma recommendations on composition ye technical team as well as kuvabatsira kuti voita sei pese pavanenge vaona kuti team haisi kutamba bhora zvakanaka uye kuzovapa ma sound post defeat analyses and mapping the way forward.


🧐 8 months ago

@ Nimrod Mandishona and Bright: ndinowirirana nemaonero enyu panyaya iyi! 🤝

Nimrod mandishona 8 months ago

Ya that's true guys, ngavamupe nguva uye vogadzirisa pana zifa president paiswe former players kwete ma business men

Bright 8 months ago

Yaaa ichokwadi ichocho bcz vanhu vasina kumbobvira va kicker bhora ndivo vano runner bhora racho ft azviiti

Jimaz 8 months ago

Mapeza is not a good coach at all ,he's winning the domestic league coz of the money that the club owners posses otherwise wen the team goes continental they are clobbered by astronomical scorelines which clearly shows the gap between his technical capabilities against other moneybags ,so that man can not be National team coach material.


S 8 months ago

Iimaz shut up where did you learn your football ⚽️


Rwadzi Gunsmoke 8 months ago

Yah Mapeza ngaapihwe mumwe mukana mataura bhora Mhofu koz kuchinja chinja kouraya bhora wese anouya anenge ane skiri rake Mapeza ngaapihwe 5 yrs contract
Yah munhu asina kumbotamba bhora.,kana kuzikamwa munyaya dzebhora anoita ZIFA president sei sei sei?ZIFA president panofanha kuiswa the likes of Dumisani Commando Mpofu...
Mapeza anoziva bhora hake munhu uyu paFAIR boys dzikutoda 5 year plan naCoach 1 panobuda result


Tkt 8 months ago

I back all those suggesting Nomara's re-Appointed, honestly he deserves it thogh he has some shortfalls esp on the issue of SUBSTITUTIONS. However i understand the reason why, he wants to maintain tbe players that he knows most, so if he be given another mandate i believe he will have time to study player capabilities and be able to tap into the players talents & power spots
Mapeza i still believe he can do it nyangwe zvangu ndaka chemawo naye pama previous games,

on the same note, may zifa quickly introduce what i want to term as the JUNIOR POOL where the NATIONAL COACH gets players and also the SENIOR POOL that will assist him in identifying talent se-COUNCIL OF FOOTBALL LEGENDS yambo taurwa iya from which the entire leadership will be elected thus
Coaches
Assistants
Executives and the
President

may SRC stop the appointment & participation therein of any individual who never became a
1- Coach or
2- Player at National Level

in conclusion i say

TA-MBAI BHORA VAKOMAAANA
GO-WARRIORS-GO


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