Ian Gorowa has resigned as coach of Zimbabwe, citing differences with the country’s football association and the non-payment of his salary for seven months.
WARRIORS coach Ian Gorowa finally submitted the two reports to Zifa on Friday ahead of last night’s high performance technical committee (HPTC) meeting to review the senior national team’s performances
ZIFA high performance technical committee vice-chairman Gibson Homela insists he still wants Warriors coach Ian Gorowa to submit his coaching certificates and the report on the failed 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifying campaign by Friday.
THE Zifa high performance technical committee has given Warriors coach Ian Gorowa (pictured) an ultimatum following his failure to submit a report on the failed Warriors’ 2015 African Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifying campaign
ZIFA’s 2011, 2012 and 2013 audited financial accounts will be presented to the assembly on July 25 2014, the association’s spokesperson Xolisani Gwesela revealed yesterday.
WITH the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) nearing the halfway stage, Zifa is yet to decide on the modalities of the promotion of four regional champions to the top-flight league.
WARRIORS coach Ian Gorowa is yet to submit a report to Zifa on the Warriors’ defeat to Tanzania which knocked them out of the race for the 2015 African Cup of Nations finals in Morocco.
WARRIORS coach Ian Gorowa’s future continued to be bogged in uncertainty as Zifa has shelved negotiations to formalise his employment.
A DARK spell clouds the future of Zimbabwean football. As the Seychelles referee Bernard Camille blew the final whistle at the National Sports Stadium last Sunday, Ian Gorowa looked like a dead man.
ZIFA, after a barrage of attacks from fans and media, has apologised for the Warriors’ failure to reach the second round of the Orange 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers on Sunday.