Power Dynamos head coach Mwenya Chipepo says winning the league or ABSA Cup will be a bonus for the Kitwe based outfit.
Despite Abayellow being top of the log, Chipepo is still sceptical about his teams’ title ambitions.
Chipepo told the media during the ABSA Cup pre-match press conference that his team is going through a rebuilding phase and have not done well in the last decade.
“We in the process of rebuilding Power Dynamos. We have just found ourselves on top of the log, we not even thinking of winning the league. If we win the league it will be a big bonus. If we will win the ABSA Cup I will appreciate my players. If you see where we are coming from we have struggled for ten years but now we are improving every day,” Chipepo told the ZamFoot Crew.
“If we win one or the other or both then we will really appreciate. People are anxious and opportunistic that we win both, Yes we are confident that we will do well in both.”
“We are in the process of rebuilding a team that was struggling, we did not expect to perform the way we have performed. If you remember last season we were bottom of the log and look at where we are today within a short period of time,” he added.
The former Prison Leopards and Indeni gaffer has however promised that Power will be an even better team in the future as they look to reclaim their glory days.
“People were thinking Power Dynamos have good players and will win the league but as a Coach but deep down as the coach I know that we have a good job to bring back glory days and you will see good football from power Dynamos next season,” he said.
On facing Mufulira Wanderers, Chipepo says the team has prepared well for the match.
“As Power Dynamos we have prepared very well. It’s been a long time since we participated in this tournament so we are very excited that we will play Mufulira Wanderers tomorrow,” Chipepo said.
“Like I said it won’t be easy facing Mufulira Wanderers tomorrow. They are legendary Cup fighters and I grew up watching them. They have been a thorn in Power Dynamos fresh. We are taking this e very seriously. Despite them not winning in Lusaka, they are doing well. They are a very big team.”
“We not afraid of one striker we will play as a team. We have prepared our team to face Mufulira Wanderers as a team not against a player,” he added.
Power Dynamos will face Mufulira Wanderers in the second match of the Saturday’s ABSA Cup quarter finals.
Power will be looking to clinch their 3rd title in the competition while Wanderers are eying their 50th major trophy.