Mwila gets backing after subdued Power debut

Mwila gets backing after subdued Power debut
Brian Mwila of Zambia

by Staff Reporter

Saturday Jan 15, 2022. 11:00

Power Dynamos coach Mwenya Chipepo says new signing Brian Mwila would gradually adapt to their philosophy at Arthur Davies Stadium.

The Chipolopolo striker made a quiet debut for the Kitwe side on January 8 after joining them on a two year deal from Buildcon.

Mwila struggled to make an impact in Power’s 1-0 home win over Konkola Blades on January 8 in which his 52nd minute tame header that was saved by goalkeeper Willard Mwanza was the highlight of his 55 minutes on the pitch before making way from Kilo Mwepu.

“Brian is a new player and came recently and he is trying to adapt to our system of play. If you look at the game we played (against Blades) it was very difficult for him but we are still very happy with his performance,” Chipepo said.

Mwila has a chance to try and again make an impact in his first away match from Arthur Davies this Sunday when Power visit Green Eagles in Choma.

The ex-Platinum Stars and Green Buffaloes striker has scored four goals this season prior to joining Power.


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