The Men in Charge
Zimbabwe has had it’s share of football coaches; an average period of two years for each coach, and one was lucky enough to have two spells. It’s not an easy job to coach a struggling, underachieving team. That’s what the Zimbabwean national team is, when you consider the amount of talent we’ve had on the same field at times; definitely struggling and underachieving. With the likes of Peter Ndlovu leading the front, Bruce Grobbelaar in goal, Memory Mucherahowa etc. We have fielded a team at once that beat Ghana, Cameroon, but never qualified for the World Cup; never performed when it matters the most it seems like.
The point here is if you’re going to coach Zimbabwe, you’re definitely faced with a tough challenge. Coaches from overseas, former players, and Zimbabwean born coaches have all stepped up to give the main orders. On this page we will give you a list of coaches that have served our country on the front line, click on each name for a full profile. Once again, remember; this is a ‘people’s website’. If you feel that more information could be added, then inform us in the suggestion box
Zimbabwean Coaches in the last decade.