Warriors Arrive In Ghana


By Tafadzwa Chigandiwa


Zimbabwe men’s senior national team the Warriors safely arived in Ghana Tuesday afternoon ahead of the first leg of the back-to-back World Cup qualifier encounter with Ghana in Cape Coast.



The country’s football mother body Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) confirmed the squad’s arrival on twitter.


“Warriors have arrived safely in Ghana ahead of Black Stars World cup qualifier clash,” ZIFA posted on twitter.
Zimbabwe will play Ghana on Saturday and will then host the same team in the return leg set to be played at National Sports Stadium on Tuesday next week.



The Warriors are winless in these World Cup qualifiers after losing one nil to the Ethiopians and playing to a goaless draw at home with South Africa.




The team experienced a poor streak of results with former headcoach Zdravko Logarusic who was fired few weeks ago winning one out of 14 games.


The match versus Ghana will be Interim coach Norman Mapeza’s first match after his re-appointment as the Warriors coach.


Martin Mapisa (Zamora CF)
Talbert Shumba (Free State Stars)
Washington Arubi (Marumo Gallants)


Alec Mudimu (Torpedo Kutaisi)
Brendan Galloway (Plymouth Argyle)
Bruce Kangwa (Azam)
Jordan Zemura (AFC Bournemouth)
Onismor Bhasera (SuperSport United)
Rahman Kutsanzira (FC Platinum)
Teenage Hadebe (Houston Dynamo)
Tendayi Darikwa (Wigan Athletic)







Blessing Sarupinda (Sekhukhune United),
Farai Madhanaga (Marumo Gallants),
Kelvin Madzongwe (FC Platinum),
Khanna Billiat (Kaizer Chiefs),
Kudakwashe Mahachi (SuperSport United),
Marshall Munetsi (Stade de Reims),
Marvelous Nakamba (Aston Villa),
Never Tigere (Azam),
Perfect Chikwende (Simba SC),
Thabani Kamusoko (Zesco United),






Knowledge Musona (Al-Tai)
Knox Mutizwa (Lamontville Golden Arrows)
Terrence Dzvukamanja (Orlando Pirates)

Robert Tapfumaneyi

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