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ZIFA technical director, Jethro Chemmy Hunidzarira, says the national association’s dream is to see the Warriors qualify for the World Cup finals. 

Hunidzarira said this on the sidelines of the stakeholders meeting held at Raylton Sports Club where a number of administrators from the region attended yesterday. 

He said the meeting is one of many he is moment seized with.

He is going to all provinces and meeting former players, coaches, legends and regional and provincial administrators. 

“We are struggling with the national teams because our PSL is not good enough because of the quality of the players they are inheriting. 

“We want to see clubs train juniors. We want them to go back to where they curtain raise and players not in the first team, playing in the reserve league, so that they get game time. 

“Our ultimate goal is to have the senior national team qualifying for the World Cup finals.”

He added:

“It is my intention to meet stakeholders from a technical point of view, coaches, former players, administrators, legends, both men and women, academy owners, old referees, coaches, youth developers, to establish where our football is, where did we go wrong? 

“Our football development system is broken down. 

“There is no more junior league football to talk about, it is almost non-existent. That is the foundation of football.”

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