ZIFA have struck a deal with a top Romanian company, barely a week after sealing another agreement with La Liga.
The football body, represented by president Philip Chiyangwa, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Eurrone Finance Group in a deal facilitated by the Romanian Embassy in Zimbabwe.
According to The Herald, the landmark development is expected to drive the association’s grassroots programmes.
Both parties underlined their willingness to enter into an agreement that is mutually beneficial to them. The agreement by ZIFA and Eurrone included that:
-That for a period of 30 days from the date of signature of this Memorandum of Understanding, Eurrone shall facilitate for ZIFA to send a delegation to its principal place of business and its contacts in East and Central Europe for purposes of assessing the possibilities in junior and youth football development
-That ZIFA facilitate Euronne’s tour of football academies and programmes run by some of its affiliates on youth and junior football development
-Both parties shall cooperate in good faith in the establishment of a partnership pursuant to the terms and conditions defined herein and pursuant to the terms and conditions to be set out in the envisaged agreement between them.