Shepolopolo coach Albert Kachinga is confident Zambia will beat Namibia in next month’s 2016 African Women Championship qualifier tie in Lusaka.
Kachinga’s Senior Zambia Women National Team hosts Namibia on March 6 in the first leg match of the first qualifying round for the tournament to be hosted by Cameroon between October and November this year.
The team is currently camped in Lusaka preparing for the Namibia clash.
Kachinga is happy with Zambia’s preparations.
“We have prepared well. I would say 80 or 90 percent of our preparations are done,” Kachinga said.
“I am pretty sure we will carry the day. Expectations are high but it won’t be easy because they will also come to fight,” he said.
Overall winners between Zambia and Namibia will face either Tanzania or Zimbabwe in the second round.
Hazel Nali (Nchanga Rangers),Chiko Nkhoma (Red Arrows),Catherine Musonda (Zesco),Wendy Kunda(Moba),Margret Belemu ( Arrows), Anita Mulenga (Buffaloes),Annie Kibanji (Buffaloes), Lweendo Chisamu (Chibolya), Martha Tembo (Chibolya), Emeldah Musonda (Arrows),Nyais Moga (Moba), Jane Chalwe (Zesco),Grace Zulu (Indeni), Milika Limwanya (Breakthrough), Esther Mukwasa (Moba),Mary Wilombe (Arrows),Ireen Lungu (Buffaloes), Barbra Banda (BUSA)Kabange Mupopo (Buffaloes), Rhoda Chileshe (Zesco), Penlope Mulubwa (Zesco), Mary Mwakapila (BUSA), Agness Musesa (Buffaloes), Grace Chanda (Zesco), Hellen Mubanga (BUSA), Esther Mushota (Moba), Noria Sosala (Indeni), Misozi Zulu (Assembly).
In a namibian language called vambo, shepolopolo means a bunch of fools
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