MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe
WHILE Football House is yet to determine his fate, Chipolopolo interim coach Beston Chambeshi says he is willing to stay on as national team trainer beyond the three months that was given to him. Ahead of the qualifiers, Chambeshi was appointed in an interim capacity after Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) fired coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic from his post. Chambeshi’s task was to see the team throughout the qualifiers that were to run between September and November.
After the 1 – all draw against Equatorial Guinea, fans started calling for the re-appointment of Wedson Nyirenda as coach following the way the qualifiers have panned out. When it was put to him if he wants to continue in his post, Chambeshi responded in the affirmative. “I am a Zambian…so I am ready to work for mother Zambia,” Chambeshi, who also doubles as Nkana coach, said in an interview after the match. Chambeshi is disappointed that the team failed to qualify under his watch. “I am also disappointed to be out of contention for Qatar 2022, that was my aim to come here and do the job for the nation but it is the time frame that we should look at, you cannot build a team in a day but we build a team through playing games. “COVID – 19 has killed us, great players like Fashion and Mwepu are CLICK TO READ MORE