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Warriors get motivational package ahead of their Ethiopia match

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Warriors get a motivational package ahead of their Ethiopia match. The Warriors performed below expectation when they played Bafana Bafana of South Africa on Friday last week.

Zimbabwe’s senior men football team, the Warriors have received a motivational package ahead of their 2022 World Cup clash with Ethiopia in Bahir Dar on Tuesday. Pindula News presents a statement by ZIFA which announces a US$64 000 motivational package that is set to be shared equally by all players and the technical team in the event of a win against Ethiopia.

ZIFA INTERIM FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE SECURES MOTIVATIONAL PACKAGE FOR WARRIORS

The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) is delighted to inform the football fraternity and the nation at large that the interim ZIFA fundraising committee has through the facilitation of the Honourable Deputy Minister of Youth, Sport Arts and Recreation Tino Machakaire secured a financial motivational package for the Warriors for the critical match against Ethiopia slated for Bahir Dar at 3pm tomorrow.

The Deputy Minister and Minister Dr. Kirsty Coventry have been supportive of Zifa. Honourable Machakaire has managed to secure a total of USS64000 to be shared equally by all players and the technical team in the event of a win against Ethiopia.

ZIFA and the Afcon fundraising team are forever grateful and indebted to Hon. Machakaire and the benefactor who. details shall be made public in due course. It is worth noting that these world cup qualifiers apart from being important matches for us to go to our first ever World cup also serve as serious preparatory matches towards Afcon slated for Cameroon in January.

We are thrilled by the support from the Deputy Minister and continue to urge our valued stakeholders to follow the Minister’s initiative in motivating the Warriors to perform well.

It is significant to stress that the money shall be channelled directly in cash or to Nostro bank accounts of recipients should the warriors emerge victorious against Ethiopia.

ZIFA is extremely grateful to Hon. Deputy Minister who has facilitated this wonderful package and did not take much time after we discussed such issues during our recent match against South Africa co Friday.

It is without doubt that he is a practical results-driven leader. We thank the government for being supportive of the beautiful game.

We are very optimistic that with this kind of stakeholder support, we are set for dizzy heights. For and On Behalf of the Zifa interim Fundraising Committee Chairperson Philemon Machana (Zifa Board Member Finance).

Source – Pindula News

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