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'''Joey 'Mafero' Antipas''' is an accomplished Zimbabwean football coach, who is the current Zimbabwe [[Premier Soccer League]] Coach of the Year. He has previously coached the [[Zimbabwe Warriors|national team]] as well.
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'''Joey 'Mafero' Antipas''' is an accomplished Zimbabwean football coach, who is the current coach for Chicken Inn Football Club a member [[Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League]]. He was also the coach of the [[Zimbabwe Warriors|national team]] before he quit the post on 20 November 2019 after guiding them to a 2-1 victory against Zambia in a 2021 AFCON Qualifier in Lusaka a day before his resignation. He has been assigned to be one of the assistants to the newly appointed Croatian coach [[Zdravko Logarusic]].
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==Coaching Career==
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He was the longest serving coach of the now defunct Motor Action Football Club which was owned by the Rosen family. After Motor Action was relegated he also coached Shooting Stars. He was the championship winning with Chicken Inn in 2015 before leaving for Amazulu Football Club in South Africa. He was relieved of his duties after a few games in the league and he came back home and rejoined Chicken Inn. He also coached the Warriors before and he was later rehired after the resignation of Sunday Chidzambwa. He was in charge of two matches for the 2021 AFCON qualifiers and two matches for the CHAN qualifiers before quitting the post.  
  
 
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[[Category:Football Coaches]]

Latest revision as of 13:34, 30 January 2020

Joey Antipas
Joey Antipas, Mafero, Zimbabwe soccer, Zimbabwean footballer
Image Via: Herald
Occupation
  • Football Coach
EmployerChicken Inn Football Club
ChildrenQuincy Antipas

Joey 'Mafero' Antipas is an accomplished Zimbabwean football coach, who is the current coach for Chicken Inn Football Club a member Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League. He was also the coach of the national team before he quit the post on 20 November 2019 after guiding them to a 2-1 victory against Zambia in a 2021 AFCON Qualifier in Lusaka a day before his resignation. He has been assigned to be one of the assistants to the newly appointed Croatian coach Zdravko Logarusic.

Coaching Career

He was the longest serving coach of the now defunct Motor Action Football Club which was owned by the Rosen family. After Motor Action was relegated he also coached Shooting Stars. He was the championship winning with Chicken Inn in 2015 before leaving for Amazulu Football Club in South Africa. He was relieved of his duties after a few games in the league and he came back home and rejoined Chicken Inn. He also coached the Warriors before and he was later rehired after the resignation of Sunday Chidzambwa. He was in charge of two matches for the 2021 AFCON qualifiers and two matches for the CHAN qualifiers before quitting the post.

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