The Zimbabwe Football Association board yesterday fired national team coach Zdravko Logarusic following a string of poor results.
The decision was made yesterday following a board meeting.
Zdravko only managed one win in 14 games since his appointment in February last year.
A goalless draw against South Africa in the World Cup qualifiers, plus a loss in Ethiopia last week, saw pressure mounting on the local football body to take action.
“The Zimbabwe Football Association would like to inform the football fraternity and the nation at large that it has amicably parted ways with Senior Men’s team coach Zdravko Logarusic.
“The decision was arrived at upon consideration by the full Executive Committee of all the various relevant circumstances pertaining to the coach’s contract,” read the statement released by the association.
The entire technical team which included Lloyd Chitembwe as the first assistant, Tonderai Ndiraya as the second assistant and recently appointed Benjani Mwaruwari as the third assistant has also been disbanded.
Meanwhile, ZIFA has already decided to appoint an interim technical team in the coming days.
Warriors are set to play Ghana in back to back World Cup qualifiers and ZIFA is set to appoint an interim technical team.
“The appointment of the interim technical team shall be announced in due course as the Executive Committee has already set in motion the process.”
The Warriors will travel to Ghana on 6 October and host Ghana in Harare four days later.