The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has appointed Croatian tactician, Zdravko Logarušić as the new head coach of their senior national soccer team.
The former Asante Kotoko trainer who has been given a two year contract replaces Sunday Chidzambwa who resigned from his post in August 2019.
In an official statement on Thursday,
ZIFA said Logarušić will be assisted by Caretaker Joey Antipas and Lloyd Chitembwe all natives, to manage the country’s men national team.
“Zdravko Logarusic has been appointed as the Warriors coach on a 2-year performance based contract,” ZIFA said in a statement.
Zdravko who holds UEFA Pro Licence and a Confederation of African Football ‘A’ licence and has coached the national team of Sudan and top clubs in Ghana, Kenya, Angola and Tanzania is expected to be unveiled in two weeks time.
The appointment comes as Zimbabwe is preparing for back-to-back 2021 Africa Cup of Nations ties against Algeria in March.
The Zimbabweans are second in Group H, which comprises of neighbours, Botswana and Zambia in the 2022 Quater World Cup Qualifiers.
Source: Ghana | Angelonlinegh.com | Samuel Sackey