World Zimbabwe: The diploma of Logarusic coach involved
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NEW DELHI (AP) — The scavengers wait patiently for a dump truck to tip the trash on the summit of the landfill outside New Delhi. Armed with plastic bags, they plunge their bare hands into the garbage and start sorting it. Every day, more than 2,300 tons of garbage is dumped at the landfill at Bhalswa that covers an area bigger than 50 football fields, with a pile taller than a 17-story building. And every day, thousands of these informal workers climb the precarious slopes to pick through what can be salvaged.
one of these recurring stories in the African Federations. In Zimbabwe, the national coach is in the turmoil about his trainer's degree.Zdravko Logarusic has just described Zimbabwe for CAN 2021 (scheduled for January 2022 in Cameroon). But the coach must respond to accusations of the Kenyan press, according to which his UEFA Pro diploma would be fraudulent. The Croatian technician would be under investigation with ZIFA (Federation Zimbabwean football). The doubts appeared when Logarusic reported, after sending his CV to the Kenyan Federation, which he was preparing to graduate UEFA PRO. Since then, rumors are going well. However, the predecessor of Hubert Velud in Sudan can count on the support of his country. "We confirm that Zdravko Logarusic has legally acquired its UEFA Pro diploma in 2013 and its current coach license is valid until June 30, 2021," said the Croatian Federation in an email reply to Herald, a Zimbabwean daily. The UEFA Pro diploma is the highest certification for a coach. It is valid for 2 years, must be renewed each time, and follows UEFA B and A diplomas. In addition, Logarusic has been driving his bump in Africa for a few years. Past in Ghana in Ashanti Gold and King Fasal Clubs or Tanzania in Simba SC, the 55-year-old technician also served in Kenya, Gor Mahia. He has been in the Zimbabwe Bank since January 2020. And the Croatian should stay at the head of Warriors for the beginning of the playoffs of the 2022 World Cup, which will oppose them in Ghana, South Africa and the Ethiopia. Steven Lavon
Ex-Zimbabwe captain Streak banned 8 years for corruption after 'Mr X' link revealed .
Former Zimbabwe cricket captain Heath Streak was on Wednesday banned for eight years on corruption charges, the International Cricket Council announced, after being implicated for his dealings with a shadowy Indian gambler identified only as 'Mr X'. "Mr Streak chose to admit the charges and agreed the sanction with the ICC in lieu of an Anti-Corruption Tribunal hearing," an ICC statement said. The Zimbabwe coach from 2016 to 2018, his ban extends until March, 2029.Streak, 47, was found guilty of breaching five rules of the ICC's Anti-Corruption Code related to betting.