Friday, March 1, 2024

Blades will bounce back says Silwimba


Konkola Blades coach Enos Silwimba says Sharp Razor must wake up after
enduring a three match winless streak coupled by Saturday’s 1-1 draw
against Konkola Mine Police in their Chililabombwe derby.

Silwimba rated the performance of his side in the stalemate against
Mine Police at Konkola Stadium as below average.

Striker Humphrey Maseneko came off the substitute bench to score a
90th minute equaliser for Blades after winger Austin Muwowo had headed
Mine Police in front on 60 minutes.

Silwimba acknowledged that Mine Police dominated the match.

“The overall performance today was below average, we had too much
loose marking especially in the midfield,” he said.

Silwimba was, however, consoled that Blades collected a point to end
their two-game losing streak.

“At least we are improving in terms of results we lost two games in a
row and today we have picked a point. We have to wake up,” he added.

Blades now have 15 points while Mine Police are on 13 points.


  1. Enos the Players are sending a signal that they dont want you. wait soon u shall be shown the door. Blades it seems does not want home grown coaches.

    They want con men from Lusaka.

  2. Stylish oyee, ba Roan keep up the good work. Big Bruce you’re really making me happy. 1962 is a long time ago, please help us to win the league.

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