FAZ propose a mitigation package for its member clubs amidst COVID-19 crisis
The Football of Zambia (FAZ) says it will implement activities that will reduce the severity and seriousness of the COVID-19 impact on its members.
According to a press statement by acting FAZ Communications Manager Sydney Mungala which was made available to the ZamFoot Crew, The FAZ Executive Committee during a meeting this morning resolved that it will assess the impact of the COVID-19 on its members and see how they can mitigate the damage.
“The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) Executive Committee has proposed a mitigation package for its member clubs arising from the impact of the COVID-19.
During an Executive Committee meeting this morning (Wednesday), FAZ has resolved that it will assess the impact of the COVID-19 on its members and see how they can mitigate the damage.”
The Members are expected to give FAZ details on the hardest hit aspects of their operations through a questionnaire that will be circulated to them.
FAZ General Secretary Adrian Kashala is still optimistic that the COVID-19 threat will be curtailed soon enough to ensure that football returns to the pitch.
We continue to monitor the situation around the COVID-19 and we are hopeful that football will return to the pitches soon. In the meantime, we are urging all our members to play their part in the fight that has plunged the whole world into a health crisis.
FAZ has also urged its members to remain compliant with the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization in the fight against the COVID-19. Member clubs are also advised to observe the labor laws in the wake of COVID-19 which has affected their financial status.
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