George Lwandamina says he is looking forward to setting more benchmarks in his second coming at Zesco United.
After a three-week administrative delay, Lwandamina was finally officially unveiled on Thursday by the club at Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola.
“Our expectations are that Mr Lwandamina will continue to provide that leadership that is needed for Zesco United to continue to achieve the success it has enjoyed in the past,” Zesco United CEO Richard Mulenga said.
And Lwandamina said he returned to Zesco because he shares the same ambitious of the defending FAZ Super Division champions.
“Zesco is an ambitious team and I have to be ambitious as well,”Lwandamina said.
“Pressure is always but how it is about how you handle the pressure.
“I will work tirelessly to achieve the goals but football being what it is, it is not always that I will bring the results that people want to see.
“But Lwandamina alone cannot do it, and others too have to do their part to bring the Zesco brand to what it wants to be.”
Lwandamina won the 2014 and 2015 league titles with Zesco and led them to the 2016 CAF Champions League semifinal, the first time a Zambian club had qualified to that stage of the competition.