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Numba walking on thin ice as Zanaco target TC

Super League side Sensational Zanaco head coach Numba Mumamba’s stay at the helm is under serious threat, The ZamFoot crew understands.

The executive committee of the 2016 Super League champions are apparently not happy especially after the Numba coached side gave up a two nil lead to draw two all against Red Arrows.

The questions worsened after division one zone one side Young Green Buffaloes clearly out played and eliminated the bankers from the 2018 Barclays Cup competition.

According to ZamFoot crew sources Zanaco are chasing after the signature of Kabwe Warriors boss Tenant Chilumba.

Chilumba had a good start to the season and his team was fighting for continental football but the ‘Curse of TC’ struck. This is a belief that Chilumba does well in the first half of the season but fails in the second half.

At Power dynamos it was the same case and even last season at NAPSA Stars. The pensioners were a team to beat at the start of the season but then went 6 games without a win and the former Chipolopolo player was sacked.

Chilumba was not however Zanaco’s first choice as they wanted Power dynamos boss Kevin Kaindu who is a former bankers player himself but he turned down the offer.

 






2 Comments to Numba walking on thin ice as Zanaco target TC

  1. Ngake says:

    Zanaco fc management needs to resign. They have such low ambition its ridiculous. Numba gave up in June and they still kept him until the end of the season. Then they are chasing who? to do what? Tenant Chilumba is not a top coach am sorry. He is a mid-table team coach at best.

  2. Bwalya says:

    Its not the problem of Numba, management should forget that they pocketed monies realised from selling key players. Look at Augustine Mulenga and other defender they sold to a Saudi club, seith Sakala, fashion Sakala. All they need is to buy good players to replace those.

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