Warriors skipper Knowledge Musona is now weighing options on his international future following Zimbabwe’s disastrous campaign at the 2019 Afcon.
The national side made an early exit from the tournament, blowing off the opportunity to advance to the knockout stages in their final Group A game against DRC on Sunday.
The team lost 4-0 to record their worst Afcon defeat ever.
Musona had hoped to use the tournament to improve his wanning form following a difficult debut season at Anderlecht.
According to the Herald, the skipper had seen his Warriors future stretching far beyond, but after the Afcon adventure, the 29-year old now thinks he has some tough decisions to make before the start of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in September.
“The last time I said I am likely to be around for about 10 more years, well, things have changed and we will see in the coming days,’’ he said.
Meanwhile, the newspaper also says a number of players are considering quitting international football with striker Nyasha Mushekwi already informed Zifa about his decision to leave the Warriors.