Zimbabwe national team manager Norman Mapeza’s position was confirmed by the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations tournament taking place in Cameroon, with a new deal reached after Mapeza’s short-term contract expired following the completion of FIFA World Cup qualifying. Mapeza’s status was uncertain due to ZIFA being suspended by the country’s Sports and Recreation Commission, but ZIFA leadership confirmed that there was collaborations between the footballing body and the Commission to ensure there was not a coaching vacuum with important preparations ahead. The Herald has more on the story in the link below.
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