FORMER CAPS United striker Limited Chikafa has revealed his plans to become a coach after two years away from football.
Chikafa, who last played for ZPC Kariba in 2017, told H-Metro yesterday that he is being limited by lack of courses in the country.
He bemoaned lack of training as a hurdle saying he could have returned to football by now.
“I haven’t been into football for two years as in directly involved with local teams. But I have been focusing on fitness training.
“My plan is to venture into coaching but the problem is there are no courses currently running in the country,” said Chikafa.
Chikafa said his wish was to start his coaching career just after his retirement but will not throw in the towel.
The former Howe Mine marksman said he will wait to get an opportunity to train and be eligible to be in the dugout.
“Obviously I wanted to venture into this just after my retirement. The fact that I was all along busy with football related activities show that I am still dedicated to it.
“I will wait for any opportunity that comes for me to have papers to coach but it has been a dream. It’s been good in football for me and I would love to be involved with again but this time on a different set up,” he said.
Chikafa, who is now for his fighting spirit, promises to patiently wait for his opportunity.
He is known for bouncing back into football after three years on the sidelines due to a heart ailment.
Then, the striker was told that his condition could not allow him to play football anymore but remained resolute resulting in his comeback.