Analysts challenge ZIFA on Warriors preps PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 17:32

zifa house 25-08-10.jpgFootball analysts have urged the Zimbabwe Football Association to ensure the senior national soccer team prepares well for the return leg encounter with Angola next month.

 

Following a chaotic build up to the Zimbabwe senior soccer team’s first leg encounter with Angola, analysts say sound preparations for the return leg are vital.


Although the Warriors put up an impressive performance on Sunday, football analyst Stanley Katsande says ZIFA must learn from their mistakes.


Local football coach Patson Ndabambi echoed Katsande’s sentiments and emphasised the need to ensure all key players are available for the second leg in Angola.


After scoring a vital away goal, Angola must win by 2-nil to book a berth at the 2013 African Cup of Nations finals.


With good preparations, football observers believe Rahman Gumbo and his charges will be able to prevent the Palancas Negras from clawing their way back from the 3-1 first leg deficit.

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