More than 20 coaches who attended a CAF B licence course two years ago are yet to receive their certificates.
In June 2017, local coaches attended a CAF B licence course held in Zvishavane.
The programme, which was run by CAF certified instructors; Gibson Homela and Nelson Matongorere was meant to see the coaches receive certification at the end of the year.
Under the current standardization, a CAF B licence allows a coach to lead a Division 1 team.
However, two years down the line, there have been no certificates and the ZBC News understands that some coaches have lost jobs, some denied new opportunities while others remain idle.
“We are yet to get our certificates. This is making life very difficult for us as coaches,” said one coach.
In response, ZIFA board member in charge of technical development and referees, Brighton Malandule said the disappointed coaches should wait as the programme was run by CAF and in due time, the certificates will be issued by the continental body.
Meanwhile, the coaches continue waiting as more opportunities roll past them.