The Zimbabwe Football Association has parted ways with the country’s national team head coach, Zdravko Logarušić after 21 months incharge of the worriors.
This was in a statement released by the country’s Football Association stating “it would like to inform the football fraternity and the nation at large that it has amicably parted ways with senior team coach Zdravko Logarušić”.
Poor results is the main cause of his sack, as his final nail in his coffin, was a 0-1 defeat to Ethiopia in their second group game of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. They have now recorded just one point in two games, and will play a double header against Ghana in October, and South Africa and Ethiopia the following month.
The gaffer who was appointed in February last year saw his reign characterized with poor results, just one win in fourteen matches, including the dissapointing CHAN 2020 outing in Cameroon early this year, where they lost all three group games.
Zimbabwe will be in their fifth AFCON participation, as they have been drawn in Group B alongside Guinea, Senegal, and Malawi.