Ever since the Croat took over the Warriors in January last year, he is yet to make his mark as coach. In fact, he is yet to record a win in six outings, with the recent series of defeats coming during the CHAN with three consecutive defeats.
However, he will still be the man to guide Zimbabwe in their quest for a spot at the upcoming AFCON to take place in Cameroon next year.
When asked if he feels any pressure after a winless run, the Croat said “Pressure is part of the job”.
The head coach also gave updates on the provisional squad for two clashes in March.
“Letters were sent to players’ respective clubs two weeks ago. Also, the list was sent to the sport ministry for approval from government. We finished all the paper work a fortnight ago we did everything on time and the list will be out either on Tuesday or Wednesday, ” he said.
Zimbabwe will play against Botswana and Zambia in the penultimate and final qualifying match of the ongoing AFCON qualifiers in March.
The Warriors occupy second spot in group H with five points after four matches played.