(Last Updated on October 11, 2021 by zimdaily)
HARARE – The Warriors are expected to arrive in the country this afternoon from Ghana where they lost 3 -1 in a FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifier at the hands of the Black Stars.
The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) announced this morning adding that England-based Tendayi Darikwa will not be part of the team to play Ghana on Tuesday. ZIFA said:
The Warriors return from Ghana at 1235 hours this afternoon.
Takudzwa Chimwemwe & Gerald Takwara have been added to the squad that lost 1-3 to Ghana.
Tendayi Darikwa is out of the team attending to family matters in England
Meanwhile, a contingent of players, technical team, management members and other key officials from Ghana have arrived in Harare, for the Tuesday clash.
They departed Accra for Harare Sunday afternoon via Asky Airlines. Ghana Football Association reported:
The team is led by President of the Ghana Football Association Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku. He was joined by Black Stars Management Committee Chairman George Amoako, former Ghana International Samuel Osei Kuffuor – a Management Committee Member and Fred Pappoe, Management Committee Member.
Others included Deputy General Secretary Alex Asante, Chairman of the Central Regional Football Association Robert Duncan, Chairman of the Volta Regional Football Association Daniel Agbogah and Director of Communications Henry Asante Twum.
Also making the trip were Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Evans Opoku Bobie (Hon.), Chief Director Alhaji Hafiz Adam and other senior figures from the Youth and Sports Ministry.
Ghana is expected to hold an official training at the National Sports stadium in Harare at 3 pm this Monday.
The Matchday four clash will take place at the National Stadium in Harare at 1500Hrs on Tuesday, October 12, 2021