Last month, Caf then sent a delegation comprising former South Africa defender Mark Fish and compatriot Derek Blackensee to inspect the progress of the renovations which were currently taking place at the two facilities. Following the recent inspection, there is still no good news for Zimbabwe as both venues failed the test.
“Both stadia are still barred from hosting senior men’s competitions, but they are approved to host youth and women’s competitions,” Zifa spokesperson Xolisani Gwesela said in a statement yesterday. There is still some hope though for Zimbabwe that all this might change if the renovations are completed before June.“The inspection done in March was meant to provide Zifa and stadium authorities with guidelines on areas that require attention before the final round of inspections scheduled for June and July 2020.
Speaking to reporters soon after inspecting Barbourfields last month, Fish admitted that football facilities in the country needed to
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