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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Trophy-less Chilumba snub journalists after Charity Shield loss

Sports Trophy-less Chilumba snub journalists after Charity Shield loss

Power Dynamos coach Tenant Chilumba on Saturday snubbed journalists after his side lost 3-1 to Zesco United in the 2015 Charity Shield final played at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe.

The heavy defeat appeared to have pained Chilumba who is yet to win a trophy as coach in Zambia>

When approached for a post-match interview, Chilumba refused to speak to journalists before delegating his deputy Anderson Phiri.

Phiri attributed the loss to complaisance among his players.

“We were relaxed knowing that we have been beating Zesco for some time. I think we were relaxed just look at the goals they have scored us; two set pieces,” he said.
Phiri however said Power will recover from the loss to focus on the away CAF Confederation Cup match against Mounana in Gabon on Sunday.

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