Arrows commanded to win trophies as ‘Happy’ Janza names Musakanya captain
Zambia Air Force Commander Lt Gen Eric Chimese has directed Red Arrows players to compete for silverware in the 2018 FAZ Super League. Lt Gen Chimense was speaking when he addressed the team on Friday morning.
Arrows finished 10th on the log last season with only 52 points accumulated from 38 matches something the Airfoce Commander questioned.
Coach Honor Janza is however confident that his boys will not dissapoint this season as many of his requests to re-energise the team have been addressed such as player recruitment and a robust pre season training programme both within and out of Zambia. Janza has also appointed Bruce Musakanya as Arrows skipper .
The team will leave for Spain on Sunday 18th February and will only return to Zambia on March 2nd.
While in Spain the Airmen have lined up an intensive training programme, which includes tactical training, systems of play, and a line up of high level pre – competition friendlies with selected teams such as FC Langhental of Switzerland and FC UFA of Russia to mention a few.
The Team will also have an opportunity to watch live a La Liga Match – Valencia vs Real Sociedad at the Estadio De Mastalla home of FC Valencia.
The trip comes at the back of an invitation to the Zambia Air Force – the official sponsor of Red Arrows FC by some of it’s partners among others the Global Sports Management of Sweden (GSM) and the Oliva Nova Hotel Sports Complex in Valencia where the Team will be staying.
THE FULL TEAM TRAVELLING TO SPAIN
Danny Munyao (GK)
Ian Otieno (GK)
Kenny Mumba (GK)
LT Chunga – Medical
Col N Chilando – Delegation Leader
Maj B Milunga – T/ Manager
LT Misheck Kalembwe – PR and Media Liaiso
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