Cosafa has suspended Zimbabwe from participating in the 2020 tournament and slapped the Zimbabwe Football Association with a U.S.$200,000 fine. The ban follows Zimbabwe's failure to honour an agreement to host the 2019 edition of the Cosafa Cup tournament.
Cosafa Suspends Zimbabwe From 2020 Tournament
New Zimbabwe, 25 July 2019
Zimbabwe's romance with the regional Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) could be over after the country was banned from participating in the 2020 edition of… Read more »
Zimbabwe celebrates its win at the 2017 Cosafa Castle Cup final against Zambia.
Football Body Banned From Cosafa
263Chat, 24 July 2019
The troubled Zimbabwean sports fraternity has once again been thrown into deep murky waters after a recent ban on Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) by COSAFA for failing to pay… Read more »
Coventry Speaks On Cosafa Suspension
The Herald, 25 July 2019
Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister, Kirsty Coventry, says a lot of work needs to be done to "sort out" sport in Zimbabwe following the announcement by COSAFA to suspend the… Read more »
Cosafa Dismiss Football Body's Bid to Recall Chiyangwa
New Zimbabwe, 18 July 2019
The Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) has dismissed attempts by the Felton Kamambo-led ZIFA board to recall former local football boss Phillip Chiyangwa… Read more »
Zimbabwe could be fined heavily, while the Warriors could be banned from the COSAFA tournament after the country pulled out of hosting the tournament, scheduled for May 19 to June ... Read more »
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