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Lameck urges his team mates to work hard and secure qualification

Zambia U20 national team striker Lameck Banda has advised his team mates to work hard in the second leg to secure qualification to the 2019 U20 AFCON tournament.

Banda will miss the match as he is suspended after accumulating two yellow cards in two consecutive matches.

” They just need to work very hard and put good first then they will win,” He said.

The former Nkwazi attacker revealed that they were talking to each other on the pitch and knew they would score at least a goal if they kept playing well.

” We work as a team and we talk to each other on the pitch. We knew that we would score at least one goal, ” he said.

Zambia and Burundi will go head to head on Saturday, July 21st in Ngozi in the second leg of their final round qualification encounter for the 2019 Niger U20 AFCON tournament.


3 Comments to Lameck urges his team mates to work hard and secure qualification

  1. Gidza says:

    Thanks Lameck for your positive encouragement to yo lads. As it is i feel the guys must go for killer goals 2 more goals will write off the Burundians out of their own back yard.
    From the kick off am sure the strikers will know their mission to subdue our opponents.

    This tournament belongs to Zambia. Go for it for the second time & reach the finals.

    It could be super to call back the 2 UK based strikers.
    Let our defence be composed and try to avoid fouls. I see Zambia smarting out Burundi in all departments.

    Let’s go for 2 more goals.

    Wish you the best.

  2. Slim says:

    These boys need coaching, proper coaching. How do u come off with a red card, knowing fully well u r on yellow card and taking off your jersey will lead to drastic measures!

  3. Kasama Boy says:

    Burundi will try to score 2 goals against Zambia. So they will launch an all out attack thereby opening up their defence. The same defence that they packed here in Zambia will open in Burundi and that is where our young boys will hammer them hard.

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