Zifa apologise for Tanzania defeat, Gorowa staying put Stunned … Warriors players show their disappointment after the Tanzania defeat

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ZIFA has apologised to the nation following the Warriors disastrous performance against Tanzania on Sunday which resulted in them being booted out of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Warriors drew 2-2 at home after losing 1-0 away fortnight ago and crashed out on 2-3 aggregate.
The result has led to calls for the resignation of Zifa president Cuthbert Dube along with warriors coach Ian Gorowa.
“I hold zifa culpable and the best thing that the association leader, Cuthbert Dube, should do now is to give football a chance by stepping aside,” said Zimbabwe National Soccer Supporters Association official Eddie Chivero.
“You can be the best chief executive but if the company is not performing you have to step aside and when you consider that we have fared dismally in all our four campaigns in afcon and the World Cup, and we have these two years without international football coming, you can see that we need someone else at the very top of the game.”

Under pressure to quit … Zifa president Cuthbert Dube and CEO Jonathan Mashingaidze