Football is not just about running as Vandenbroeck urges local guns to enjoy
Chipolopolo Boys coach Sven Vandenbroeck is down to work as he took charge of a locally assembled Chipolopolo side at Lusaka’s Woodlands Stadium on Monday afternoon.
The Belgian who spent about an hour in the centre circle just changing a variety of drills barked orders to the local lads.
After one player made a mistake, the Belgian was heard emphasing to the players to concentrate more.
“Football is not about just running but use ur (as he pointed to his head),” the Belgian was screaming as he encouraged the players to enjoy the drills.
Meanwhile it was a full house at Woodlands Stadium as all 23 players called were in attendance including the injured Benson Sakala who watched from the sidelines.
Zambia will face Namibia and Guinea Bissau in the Cameroon 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Charles Muntanga (Nkwazi), Lawrence Mulenga (Power Dynamos), Mangani Banda (Zanaco)
Gideon Sichone (Green Buffaloes), Gift Zulu (Nkana), Benson Sakala, Allan Kamwanga (Power Dynamos), Lawrence Chungu, Isaac Shamujompa (Buildcon), Mwila Phiri (Lusaka Dynamos), Laison Thole (Kabwe Warriors),
Linos Makwaza, Larry Bwalya (Power Dynamos), Mike Katiba, Fellon Sitonya, Jack Chirwa (Green Buffaloes), Kelvin Kampamba, Jacob Ngulube (Nkana), Collins Sikombe (Lusaka Dynamos), Charles Zulu (Zanaco)
Brian Mwila (Buildcon), Alex Ng’onga (Power Dynamos)
Sven Vandenbroeck (Head Coach), Dayle Solomon (Assistant coach), Chintu Kampamba (Physical Trainer), Steven Mwansa (Goalkeeper trainer), Ephraim Mphanza, Hensley Chilimboyi (both physiotherapists), Gerard Sakala (Kit), Hastings Ndovi (Team Manager), Nathan Phiri (Team Security)
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