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ZAFCA welcomes FAZ plans to employ new coachBy Abraham Kalito on 26 Mar 2019
Zambia Football Coaches Association (ZAFCA) chairperson Daniel Kabwe says the revelation by FAZ president that the association would employ a coach in a months’ time, is a relief to anxious Zambians.
FAZ president Andrew Kamanga revealed yesterday that the association would employ a new coach in a months time.
Kabwe told Goal Diggers in an interview that the revelation is good news and a relief to Zambians who did not know when a new head coach would be in place.
He said Zambia cannot be without a coach for long time because it’s a serious footballing nation adding that other future engagements required that the country employs a coach.
“It can be a local coach, it can be an expatriate from abroad. We don’t have the facts. FAZ are the employers. It’s not the first time they are employing a coach. They have done it before. They know what they are looking for so for us it is good news. Because the country cannot stay without a coach for too long. We don’t know maybe they will confirm Numba and Aggrey. So, it’s good news, lets have a coach in place. Maybe they can look at the caretaker coaches, they have won the game 4-1. They are doing very well. I’m not recommending that FAZ employs the caretaker coaches all I’m saying is it’s good that they have announce that they will employ a coach. We are starting qualifying games very soon. We cannot stay without a coach for a longer period. I’m not an employer so I cannot comment. Our country is limited. So, let FAZ do their homework because we cannot employ [Jose] Mourinho because we are limited as Zambia,” he said.
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