39 coaches drawn from in and outside the country are undergoing an intensive level 14 football coaching course at Prince Edward School in Harare.
The intensive coaching course, which is conducted under the tutelage of former Zimbabwe International and Coaches Instructor, Gibson Homela and National Technical Director, Nelson Matongorere, will see attending coaches going home with a â€œCâ€ license, which is the minimum qualification required by the football authorities for a coach to lead a Division One and Premier Soccer League team.
The coaching clinic is covering all areas of the game and other areas of specialised training, such as the physique of players to enable the coaches to produce quality players.
Coaching instructor, Gibson â€œHomeboyâ€ Homela says the country has failed to produce creative players, who are able to change the complexion of the game with a moment of brilliance.
Among some of the big-name coaches attending the course are former Warriors coach, Rahman Gumbo, Luke Masomere and Dazzy Kapenya, who are all based in Botswana.
Dynamos Assistant Coach, Simon Chuma and Monomotapa Goalkeepers Coach, Nkululeko Dhlamini are also attending.
Six others are from Bulawayo, with the other six from Masvingo.