TACTICAL BATTLE AGAINST A WOUNDED CHIEFS TEAM
Speaking after the game, Kaizer Chiefs Germany born coach Ernst Middendorp remained positive, insisting that the tie is not over. According to the club’s official website, he said, “We created numerous chances today… If we get these opportunities again next week, we will have to take them. If we do that, we are still in with a chance. Our defensive work was a bit weak.”
The experienced former Yanga Coach George Lwandamina will be looking to protect the 3-1 lead he has now his job is to perfect his squad in both defending and also going forward, attacking with confidence.
Importantly, the squad must be psyched as to why to tactically do this and that, the finer details of the match. This will be vital in limiting the flowless Chiefs attacking play. The return of Marcel Kalonda in defense will be an added advantage for Zega Mambo, who will also be hoping that the creativity of Enock Sabumukama will be available for selection as that would see the wonderful link up play between him and John Chingandu.
One thing for certain is that Kambole, Were and Rahim Ousmanu will be leading the attacking as we have seen in the recent games that Zesco United has played in continent games.
An attacking Chiefs would be an opportunity for Zesco to explore with caution and get that goal that would just take the game beyond Amakhoi.
Middendorp and his side will welcome ZESCO to FNB Stadium at 20h00 on Saturday evening as Chiefs look to reverse the scoreline on home soil.
Zesco United have this game in their control.
ALL THE BEST ZESCO UNITED
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