The Premier Soccer League (PSL) is reportedly pushing for a motion that will see its chairman automatically becoming the Zifa vice-president.
According to The Chronicle, an unnamed source revealed that PSL has started engaging the association on the issue.
“What we have gathered to date is that the league wants to have a more influential role in the running of football in Zimbabwe and that can only be the vice-president’s post.
“They are therefore busy selling the idea among other members and delegates of the Zifa Assembly so that the league chairman becomes the Zifa vice-president and we understand the idea was mooted by the secretariat,” said a source.
Presently, the PSL chairman is only incorporated onto the Zifa executive committee.
Zifa is set to hold its elections on December 1 where delegates will vote for a president, vice-president and five executive committee members.