Zimbabwe: Warriors Finally Leave for Afcon - AllAfrica.com

AFTER two days of total chaos in the Warriors camp that had threatened to derail their Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) campaign due to start on Saturday in Gabon, the team finally left the country yesterday for Cameroon after Zifa partially met the ...and more »

Zim players strike for more Afcon money - Times LIVE

The Zimbabwe Football Association has pledged to pay the money by Thursday, and players have threatened to boycott the tournament if they do not receive it. File photo. Image by: YVES HERMAN / REUTERS ...and more »

'Other players laughing at us and saying we are getting peanuts' - Willard Katsande - Times LIVE

Zimbabwe will arrive in Cameroon on Monday for a final warm-up friendly against the Indomitable Lions before going on to Gabon for the African Nations Cup finals but only after a weekend of high drama in which captain Willard Katsande led his players ...and more »

Uganda and Zimbabwe finally clear money hurdles on route to AFCON in Gabon - Inside World Football

January 10 – Zimbabwe and Uganda have both faced financial problems that at one point looked to threaten their participation of the African Cup of Nations, but the two countries are now set to play at the tournament in Gabon. An impasse between ...and more »

African Cup of Nations: Zimbabwe Warriors End Boycott - Newsweek

The Zimbabwe national team has finally departed for the African Cup of Nations after talks of a boycott over payment were resolved. The Warriors side, which is due to start its campaign in Cameroon on January 15, had refused to attend a send-off party ...and more »

Zifa agrees to players' demands - Citizen

Zimbabwe captain Willard Katsande has urged the Warriors to put the dispute with Zimbabwean Football Association over bonuses behind them and focus on the 2017 Afcon. This comes after Zifa agrees to the players' demands following a two day standoff ...and more »

Katsande's fury at 'mercenary' tag - NewsDay

WARRIORS captain, Willard Katsande has reacted with disappointment to media articles labelling the team “a bunch of mercenaries” following their stand-off with the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) over match fees, allowances and bonuses at the ...and more »

We aren't greedy, says Katsande - The Herald

ZIMBABWE captain Willard Katsande has vowed that the Warriors are determined to write the 2017 African Cup of Nations fairytale and insisted they will not let their labour dispute with ZIFA get into the way of their campaign in Gabon. The Warriors will ...and more »

Warriors kit deal - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

The association has denied that the deal with Mafro has collapsed and insisted the kits will be ready in time for the tournament. Rumours have been circulating that the deal had collapsed and the national team would be wearing unbranded kit at the ...and more »

Pasuwa set for exit - Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)

THE Warriors finally left for Cameroon but the war between the players and Zifa left a lot of wreckage. H-Metro revealed that Kalisto Pasuwa's fate is sealed before the Warriors even kick the ball at the 2017 AFCON finals. He is headed for the exit ...and more »