Chris Kaunda talks good reception in Morocco, heaps praise on Mangani and shifts focus on Warriors clash
Sensational Zanaco returned from Morocco on Wednesday after sealing their progression to the quarter-finals following a 1-1 draw with RS Berkane.
Head Coach Chris Kaunda thanked the Moroccan FA for the good reception that was given to his side during the CAF Confederation Cup against RS Berkane.
“It was very well and the people there were very good to us and I did not expect the Moroccans to treat us so nicely,” Kaunda told the ZamFoot Crew.
Chris confidently told the ZamFoot Crew that despite losing the first choice goalkeeper Toaster Nsabata to injury mangani Banda stepped up to take the challenge.
“We were not shaken when they scored early because it was easy for us to settle down and control the game and with God’s will we equalized in the first Stanza, losing Toaster Nsabata was not a blow, we allowed mangani Banda to go in goal who has played Africa Cup Before so we had no problems,” he said.
Kaunda made it clear that his focus will now Shift to the local league ahead of the game against kabwe Warriors on Sunday.
“For now we are focusing on kabwe Warriors game it’s an open situation everything is in the hands of God.”
The Bankers will host Pyramid FC of Egypt in the first leg on the 1st of March 2020 before traveling to Egypt for the second leg a week later.
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