A Roadmap To Success: Peter Ndlovu’s Plan For Zimbabwean Football
Peter Ndlovu, the former captain of the Zimbabwean national football team, has shared his thoughts on how to improve the standard of football in Zimbabwe. The country is currently suspended from all international football activities due to government interference.
This has resulted in Zimbabwe missing out on various international tournaments, including the 2023 Afcon Qualifiers, Cosafa Cup, CHAN Qualifiers, U23 AFCON Qualifiers, CAF Champions League, Confederation Cup, and Women’s Champions League.
The absence of the national teams on the international stage has led to a drop in FIFA rankings, and players’ valuations have also decreased due to a lack of international exposure.
Zimbabwe’s men’s national team, the Warriors, is currently ranked 125th in the world and 33rd in Africa, while the women’s national team, the Mighty Warriors, is ranked 127th.
Peter Ndlovu has called for a collective effort to improve the situation and save Zimbabwean football. He believes that everyone must work together to fix the issues affecting the sport.
Ndlovu has assured fans that he and others will work hard to lift the standards of Zimbabwean football.