ZIFA President, Cuthbert Dube has taken a swipe on the committee of inquiry into the state of football, accusing it of being unprofessional.
Dube accused the committee of being cowards for leaking a report that has no input from the football association.
“We were never consulted, we couldn’t even get the terms of reference for the committee of inquiry and to complete a report without asking us is unprofessional. To even leak that document is a sign of cowardice and shallow mindedness. We will fight to have our say in that report,” said Dube.
The ZIFA boss has been accused of organising a last minute campaign to try and save his position ahead of the 3 October extra-ordinary meeting that seeks to revoke his mandate.
He however said he believes in the servant leadership ideology and will respect the demands of the assembly on the day.
“I am your servant and I will remain committed to serving the game but the final say remains with you on whether you still want me to run the mandate that you gave me or not,” added Dube.
Calls for Dube and his board to resign had for the past months become a chorus.
Two attempts to oust Dube have failed on technicality and FIFA has now set the 3rd of October as the day that will decide the ZIFA leadership’s fate.