Young mighty warriors (U21) finally troop into camp

By ZBC Reporter
ZIMBABWE under 21 women’s football side, the Young Mighty Warriors World Cup qualifiers preparations have finally started after some challenges due to ZIFA’s financial woes.
After weeks of speculation and scepticism on whether the Young Mighty Warriors World Cup campaign will be fulfilled, the Zimbabwe Football Association has finally managed to put their house in order as the U21 women’s side has now gone into camp in Mt Hampden, Harare.
Coach Rosemary Mugadza who was in charge of the Young Mighty Warriors first training session at the ZIFA Village this Wednesday morning expressed gratitude to local football mother body for according them an opportunity to participate in the junior qualifiers for the first time in the history of the women’s game.
“We are very thankful to the Zimbabwe Football Association for entering us into this competition, this is the first time this thing has happened and we are so much excited about it. We thank the football clubs for releasing these girls to us and we are hopeful we will deliver,” said Mugadza.
Comprising 25 players who will later be trimmed to 18, the under 21 women’s side trooped into camp at ZIFA Village this Tuesday ahead of their crunch tie against Malawi in Lilongwe on either the 24th or 25th of this month.