Chambeshi not disappointed about not facing Tusker
Nkana football club head coach Beston Chambeshi is not disappointed after the change of fixture on match day. Nkana were suppose to face 2016 Kenya premier league champions Tusker but pulled out on the actual day.
According to the Nkana tactician what was important was playing their second match. Chambeshi believes his players have also picked one or two lessons on what it takes to play on an artificial turf.
The most important thing is playing we came here to play two matches. Our calendar was saying Tusker but it was good we had a replacement.We can’t complain, All I can say is that we happy we have finished on a good note.
Playing on this turf is not easy. It has helped us and I think the boys also have learned one or two things. Am sure they now know what it takes to play on such a pitch which we also use in Algeria.
The former Zambia U20 national team head coach revealed that he is working on striking combinations and declared his team ready for their CAF Confederation cup encounter against CR Belouizdad.
Going with the preparations in terms of endurance the boys are up there . We just need to work on the combinations upfront, Especially where we need a goal away from home that’s where we working on improving. So far so good with the team work the boys are working very hard.
Nkana concluded their Kenya training camp with an impressive four nil win over Kenyan premier league side Nakumatt.Walter Bwalya, Idris Ilunga Mbombo, Festus Mbewe and Humphrey Maseneko all scored a goal each.
Warriors set base in Kitwe ahead of 4-team tourney
Zambia’s opponents in the opening match of the four team tournament Zimbabwe arrived in ZambiaRead More
Young Nkana record first win in South Africa
Young Nkana football club have recorded their first win of the 2018 Future Champions GautengRead More