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Kabole promises hard work at Power Dynamos

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Veteran trainer Fordson Kabole is preaching hard work at Arthur Davies after being installed as Power Dynamos coach.

Kabole led the team in training on Wednesday – a day after replacing dismissed Kelvin Kaindu.

The former Nchanga Rangers and Roan United coach returns to Power after being fired in 2012.

‘If we work hard results will be good. If I and the boys work hard we will be winning,’ Kabole said in his first interview after his appointment.

Power are fifth in Stream B of the 2019 FAZ Super Division with 17 points, six behind leaders Buildcon, after 12 matches played.

‘I can’t say I will do any magic or something else. We just need to work hard with the boys that is all,’ he said.

Kabole’s second coming at Arthur Davies begins this Saturday when Power host Nkana in the Kitwe derby.

‘These derbies are very difficulty so we don’t predict. We will just put in more effort. No prediction,’ he said.

Power thumped Nkana 2-0 in the first round match played in Wusakile in February.

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