Friday, June 14, 2024

Power chairman demands better team performance

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Power Dynamos chairman Owen Silavwe has implored the Beston Chambeshi led technical bench to work hard and improve the performance of the team.

Silavwe said he was not impressed with Power’s start to the Super Division campaign.

Power have picked 10 points from seven matches so far.

He said Power have assembled a good team that can challenge for the league title.

Silavwe was speaking when Copperbelt Energy Corporation presented a luxury bus to the club on Wednesday.

“The peformance can only improve as long as the technical bench works hard,” he noted.

“Obviously, we haven’t had the best start to the season but we believe we have a solid team.

“We hope the arrival of the new bus is going to motivate players,” Silavwe stated.

On Saturday, Power face Roan United in the lunch-hour kick off match at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe before Nkana host Zanaco at 15:00 hours to complete a doubleheader at the same venue.

7 COMMENTS

  1. The technical bench for power have no idea of what they are doing.Surely how can they sale young and promising players felix Nyaenda and Alex Ngonga and buy Kebby Hachipuka and Nash Kaaya.This is a joke.

  2. PLAYERS SHOULD ALSO BE BLAMED NOT COACHES ALL THE TIME.JUST LIKE A TEACHER TEACHES HIS/HER STUDENTS, BUT IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT TO PASS THE EXAMS.

  3. favourable results not coming your ways because team assembled is not good enough compared to opponents. Critically check your team in all positions and you will agree with me.

  4. The major problem is team selection by the technical bench. Power has bought very good players like young Lubambo Musonda, Julius Situmbeko, Vernacious Mapande and others that can withstand any team in the super league.BC does not read the game plan. Kabole was a master tactician at POWER.

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