Team sport was a big disappointment as not only the cricket team but other national teams also turned into punching bags of the international sporting world.
This comes at a time the country’s national soccer squad is enjoying a new lease of life.
Viola Musariri, who was the head of delegation for the Zimbabwean team to the Special Olympic World Games, says this is the time to celebrate what has been a memorable year.
In a statement newly elected ZIFA president Phillip Chiyangwa apologized “for the mishap” that has seen the Warriors break camp after only three days of training.
Both men, who have denied any wrongdoing, are expected to appeal to the FIFA appeals committee and the Court of Arbitration for Sport
This follows a public outcry over the firing of the coach and his entire technical team announced by ZIFA vice president Omega Sibanda.
In a statement late last night, Chiyangwa said he had heeded the call made by the Minister of Sport Makhosini Hlongwane to seriously consider reinstating Pasuwa.
Now and then Zimbabwean teams have been forced out of international participation as they could not afford the travelling costs involved.
According to sources close to ZIFA, Antipas this morning informed ZIFA that he cannot take up the post as he already has too much on his plate.
The new head coach is Chicken Inn boss, Joey Antipas, who will be deputized by Tonderai Ndiraya and Mandla Mpofu.
Celebrations continue in the home of Highlanders after Bosso clinched the 2015 Easycall Cup with a 1-0 victory over neighbors Chicken Inn.
Web and Facebook posts of Highlanders officials and some soccer followers monitored from Washington indicate that Bosso, as they are affectionately known, overpowered the Gamecorks in front of a capacity crowd.