HARARE, March 7 (Reuters) - Former Galatasaray midfielder
Norman Mapeza has been appointed Zimbabwe coach for a third
spell in the last four years, the Zimbabwe Football Association
confirmed on Monday.
Mapeza, who has agreed a one-year contract, fills the
vacancy left by Belgian Tom Saintfiet who took the job in
September but was deported he did not have a work permit.
The 38-year-old Mapeza had been Zimbabwe's caretaker coach
for two matches in 2007 and then again for four games last year,
including a defeat by Brazil in a friendly just before the World
Cup in neighbouring South Africa.
Zimbabwe play an African Nations Cup qualifier against Mali
in Bamako on March 26.
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