Willard Katsande reveals he wants to coach the Warriors after completing coaching

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South African based former Zimbabwe Warriors skipper Willard Katsande has revealed he wants to coach the senior national team in the future after completing all the required coaching studies.

On Saturday, Katsande who completed his CAF D coaching diploma in Tshwane (formerly Pretoria) in South Africa took to his social media pages to confirm.

He said: “CAF D completed on to the next. One step done, thank you PMSC and SAFA Tshwane. Enjoyed my time, see you next year. CAF D”.

The former Kaizer Chiefs hard tackling midfielder who revealed his desire to coach the Warriors to Kick-Off magazine has ventured into coaching after hanging his boots in July when he was plying his trade with Sekhukhune United.

The Mutoko born told Kick-Off: “I did my CAF D licence in order for me to set the path of my growth since I know what I want.”

“I owe football because to get to where I am today is through football, so I owe football.

“This is now my time to share my knowledge to the next generation so that they come out better than us.

With us we tried our level best, but it wasn’t good enough for us to conquer African football.

“I have dreams of moving into coaching because I have the passion and one day, I want to be the head coach of one of the PSL teams.

“My main objective is to coach the Zimbabwe national team.

“So, this is what drives me to be where I am today.

“Football is about learning every day so I’m learning as each day passes and I hope one day I will reach my target and hope I will be working with people that can add value into my coaching path.

“In this path there is a long way to go, and I hope it is going to be a good ride for me.

“All I need is to contribute to football because football has been good to me.”

Katsande who quit international football in 2017 is currently working as a brand ambassador for last employers Sekhukhune United.

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