There are mixed reactions from football fans in across the country as others are putting blame on the technical department for using what they termed poor decision making while others say the boys did their best under the circumstances and should be given another chance.

Going into the final group fixture against Tunisia needing nothing short of victory, the Warriors broke down like a deck of cards to conceded the highest number of goals by any side at the finals so far.

The loss to the North African giants meant that the Warriors made an unpleasant record of becoming the first Zimbabwean side to the AFCON finals to come back without recording a single victory.

Football enthusiasts are however of the opinion that the results could have been different had coach Kalisto Pasuwa and his technical team applied different tactics.

Going to the tournament, expectations were high among the football crazy supporters who felt the country had the best possible squad in as many years.

Others are however of a differing opinion in that they feel the boys did their best under the circumstances and should be given another chance.

However, there is agreement that Pasuwa’s charges put up a brave fight in the face of adversity.

The 2017 AFCON chapter is now closed and focus for the Warriors will now be to qualify for the 2019 tournament with special emphasis needed to focus on development of players if the Warriors will be able to do better than their three dances at the most prestigious African soccer showpiece.