Thursday Dec 14, 2017. 13:30
Zambian national team coach Wedson Nyirenda says it is time for the Chipolopolo to start winning trophies.
The former national team striker says they are done with building a new team and it is time for his troops to start reclaiming their glory in the continent.
Ahead of the 2018 CAF African Nations Championships in Morocco, ‘Wada’ has declared that Chipolopolo is ripe to start winning trophies.
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“I think everyone now can see that our game is moving in the right direction. We are almost done with the building,” Nyirenda said.
“All we need now is to starting getting the trophies. We have what it take to get what we need. We have a team in place.”
The 2012 African champions are preparing for the the tournament set for home-based players getting underway next year.
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