Christopher Musonda of Nico United
Friday Dec 23, 2016. 15:00
Nico United coach Dean Mwiinde cut a disappointed figure following his side's surprise home defeat to Security Systems last weekend.
Newly promoted BTC Premiership Systems thrashed struggling Nico 3-0 in league encounter which was played in Selebi Phikwe.
Zambian tactician Mwiinde blamed his players for being amateurish against Systems, who punished Majombolo three times.
“Our problems today lied within individuals as our ball possession was very poor and the play was amateurish," Mwiinde said.
However, Mwiinde remains hopeful that the Selebi Phikwe side will return to winning ways in their upcoming BTC Premiership matches.
"We however remain hopeful that we will make a comeback as we still have other matches ahead,” concluded.