Tuesday May 02, 2017. 15:00
Mufulira Wanderers coach Wilson Mwale believes glory days are back at his club as he promised that results will come.
Mwale told the Daily Mail website that despite losing their fourth game in the Zambian Super League to Lumwana Radiants his side are on the rise.
The beleaguered manager claims that glory days will be back at Shinde Stadium sooner, rather than later.
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It is also announced that Mwale signed a three-year deal last week following the dismissal of Egyptian coach, Ahmed Suliman and aims to work on the confidence of the players ahead of this weekend’s clash with Real Nakonde.
The coach tells the Zambian website that he has taken over teams in worse conditions than Wanderers before, and nothing will stop him from delivering the results.
“Let them [supporters] be calm. I have taken over teams in worse conditions than Wanderers before, let them give me a bit of time,” said Mwila to the Daily Mail.
“I think Mighty will be back where it is supposed to be. This is just the fourth game. Yes we are losing for now but results will come very soon.
“For now, these are the players that I have but I want to urge the Mufulira supporters to give me chance.
“Mighty will become Mighty one day.”
The former National Assembly, Nakambala Leopards and Napsa Stars coach insists the bottom-placed Wanderers will bounce back. CLICK HERE TO VISIT AFRICAN FOOTBALL ZAMBIA