ZAMBIA Football Coaches Association (ZAFCA) president Dan Kabwe says the low turnout of applicants from local coaches for the Chipolopolo job could be attributed to the fact that they don’t know the needed qualifications for the role. FAZ general secretary Adrian Kashala on Thursday revealed that only two local coaches had expressed interest in the vacant national team coaching job. But speaking in an interview, Thursday, Kabwe said the fact that the job has not been advertised by FAZ contributes to the low turnout of applications from local coaches. Kabwe said it was difficult for coaches to apply as they were not aware of the qualifications needed for one to qualify for the Chipolopolo top job. “The job has not…...

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