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Coaches press panic button over fitness levels

POWER Dynamos midfielder Nkuy Ndama (left) beats Kabwe Warriors defender Lyson Thole during the four teams tournament at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe on Sunday. Warriors won 3 -2. PICTURE: MATHEWS KABAMBA

MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe
COACHES that participated at the just-ended four teams tournament in Kitwe have expressed concern with the players’ fitness levels ahead of the Super Division season kicking off on March 17.
And Power Dynamos won the tournament staged at Arthur Davies Stadium.
Warriors coach Tenant Chilumba said in an interview on Sunday that his players are racing against time.
“We are 50 percent ready for the season, we need to continue working on the fitness of the boys. This is an average team, we have to mould a strong team before the season starts,” Chilumba said.
Power coach Kelvin Kaindu said he will use the remaining two weeks to mould a winning team.
“In terms of fitness it is not bad, there is still a lot of work to be done. This is our second week we have been working on our defending. We need to work on cohesion and see who can play with who and in…http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/






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