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THE Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) has commended Zimbabwe for hosting a resoundingly successful Cosafa Senior Challenge.
This augurs well for the country's plans to lure one or two countries participating in the 2010 World Cup to set up base there.
The two-week-long tournament, won the by the hosts who beat Zambia 3-1 in the final, was played in Harare and Bulawayo.
Sipho Nkumane, Cosafa's organising committee member, said: "It was the greatest-ever Cosafa Senior Challenge in its history - we are pleased with the overall organisation. The best thing for us as the Cosafa leadership was to have President Robert Mugabe attending the final on Sunday, it was the first time a head of state came to our games.
"We appreciate it when our leaders support our activities, their presence will help us in soccer get financial support from the corporate world."
Nkumane, who is also the Bafana Bafana manager, said: "The logistics were perfect despite the fact that the games were played in Bulawayo and Harare.
"Everything ran very well throughout the tournament, so I won't be surprised if it returns to Zimbabwe next year."