Zdravko Logarusic’s disastrous show as Warriors boss could end this Friday afternoon when the ZIFA board sits for an emergency meeting to decide his fate.
The Felton Kamambo led board is under pressure to relieve the controversial Croatian of the top coaching job after he has seen just a single win from 14 matches he has been in charge of the national team since he was hired January last year.
Logarusic could have hammered the final nail in his own coffin following a humiliating 0-1 loss in a 2022 World Cup Group G qualifier away to Ethiopia Tuesday.
Following the loss, ZIFA board member and head of delegation to Ethiopia Sugar Chagonda wrote to his colleagues recommending Logarusic be fired.
But the nine-lives football mentor could bank on reported divisions within the football gods on whether he can keep his job or not.
The under-fire Croatian mentor could find himself jobless if at least four members from the seven-member board vote that he be sacked.
Logarusic has blamed his poor showing to a combination of unfortunate factors brought by poor preparations by the Warriors and failure to access players of his choice during crucial times.