ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa has threatened to resign if the Warriors fail to win international matches. Chiyangwa said his number one priority is to ensure that the national teams win matches in their international assignments and he promised to quit should they fail in that mission.
Speaking at a media briefing where the Warriors squads for upcoming AFCON qualifier against Malawi and COSAFA Cup
tournament were announced yesterday by coach Callisto Pasuwa, Chiyangwa said everything else comes secondary.
The Warriors, the Mighty Warriors and the Young Warriors are all involved in big commitments, which urgently require funds.
“For me to put these teams together I need a budget of $485 000 that is for Uganda, Malawi and COSAFA matches,” said