It’s painful , We really wanted to win this game- Aggrey Chiyangi
Green Eagles Football Club Coach Aggrey Chiyangi has described this afternoon’s 1-nil home loss at the hands of Zanaco as painful.
Chiyangi however was quick to say that it’s part of the game and his team will now focus on their next assignment.
Speaking to the ZamFoot Crew
in a post-match interview at Independence Stadium in Choma, Chiyangi said he accepts the result though it’s a painful loss because they wanted to win the match.
‘It’s painful, we really wanted to win the game but we conceded a penalty. There is nothing we can say about it we can not blame anyone the players wanted to win, we just accept it. It is part of the game we have lost and we just have to look forward,” he said.
Tonka Tweende failed to convert many chances they had, but the soft-spoken gaffer said he cannot blame anyone.
“The only thing is that we created so many chances but we failed to convert them, we don’t know what happened we cannot blame the players,” Chiyangi told the ZamFoot Crew.
He further said that playing under the New Normal is a situation they have to live with because it’s here for everyone.
Rogers Kola scored the only goal of the match for Zanaco converting from a penalty spot in the 35th minute a result which has seen the Bankers move up on the log standings to 7th Position with 39 points while Eagles failed to go top of the table as they remain 4th with 44 points.
The Kawale Boys’ next game is a tricky tie against Kansanshi Dynamos away in Solwezi but that match is still in limbo because The Mabanga Boys are in consultation with the Provincial Health Office on their clearance to resume training.
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