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The regional leaders decided to vote for their choices and they overwhelmingly backed Chiyangwa who picked 14 out of 14 votes. The regional leaders agreed that since they played a very big role in having Dube ousted, it was their wish to their chairpersons sitting on the Zifa board. However, Manyengavana said he would prefer to keep his post as the Northern Region boss and the regional leaders then decided that they will campaign to have him replaced by Joseph Musariri, the leader of Beach Football, one of their strongest allies in the battle to remove Dube.
Meanwhile, Paddington Japajapa has picked up nomination papers to contest for a post on the Zifa board. The former Caps United public relations officer said he believes he will help bring back the glory days to Zimbabwe football.
“I’ve filed my papers at Zifa for the position of board member. I’ve a bigger vision for Zimbabwean soccer. I feel that I’m the best candidate for board member development post,” said Japajapa.”If voted into office, I’ll introduce soccer development from primary school level.
“This programme doesn’t need money from Zifa but is done through National Association of Primary School Heads and National Association of Secondary School Heads. I’ll introduce a soccer coach at each and every primary school in the country. “These coaches would be paid by the sports levy that’s paid by the parents so there’s no need for Zifa funds here.”
It is believed that former Zimbabwe international, Edzai Kasinauyo, is also considering battling for a post on the Zifa board.Another former Zimbabwe international, Ian Gorowa, could also make a run for one of the posts and an announcement on his candidature is expected this week.by Grace Chingoma. source-chronicle