We ‘ve slipped since AFCON 2012, says Wada Wada
Chipolopolo Boys coach Wedson ‘Wada Wada’ Nyirenda has said Zambia needs to massive rebuilding in order to rekindle the glory days.
Nyirenda said this following Zambia’s 2-1 win over Botswana in the Cosafa Cup quarter final in South Africa on Saturday.
“We need to build a bigger pool for our national team because we’ve slipped since we won the African Nations Cup in 2012,” said coach Wedson Nyirenda.
Zambia next meet either defending champions South Africa or Tanzania, who play on Sunday.
The former Zesco United coach has been under pressure following a dismissal performance by the Chipolopolo Boys.
Zambia has just picked up a point from a possible six in the Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier and lost at home to minnows Mozambique for the Cameroon 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier.
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