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Alba Iulia
Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Chambeshi Seeks New Challenge

Sports Feature Sports Chambeshi Seeks New Challenge

Coach Beston Chambeshi says he is open to new job offers after resigning as Nkana coach on Sunday.

This was Chambeshi’s third stint as Nkana coach and it lasted two and a half years.

Nkana have since promoted Manfred Chabinga to the role of acting head coach.

‘Time had come for us to separate. Time comes in football when you look back at your performance and say I have worked let me now rest,’ Chambeshi said.

‘Nkana is my team but I said let me rest so that others can take over. For me to say let me rest it was not an easy decision to make. Nkana has made me reach where I am as a coach and player,’ he said on Monday in Kitwe.

Chambeshi has been linked with a move to several clubs among them Tanzanian side Simba Sports.

‘Football is round and it can take you anywhere. For now am resting but my eyes are also open. I will wait for another door to open, you know I love coaching and I still have the energy to coach,’ he said.

The 2018 season was the hallmark of Chambeshi’s third Wusakile reign as he guided Nkana to winning the Barclays Cup after finishing second in the FAZ Super Division campaign.

And Chambishi refused to rule out the possibility of returning to Nkana in future.

‘That’s why we have advisers. Football can take you anywhere but you have to consult when offers come,’ he said with laughter.

The ex-Power Dynamos and Lumwana Radiants coach also called for unity at Nkana Stadium.

Kalampa are fourth in the FAZ Super Division with 21 points from 11 matches played.

‘I am encouraging players, the coaches, supporters and the executive to unite and work together. Our team (Nkana) is a people’s team so there is no need to point fingers at anyone,’ he added.

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  1. He is a tradition coach. What I mean is that he is a change follower than an initiator. He has a lot of limitations to work in a challenging environment such has one at Simba. He is a transactional leader than a transformational one. His coaching mental capability is so limited such that his performance is hindered to certain extend. For those who have followed his coaching pattern you would agree with that his mixture of players currently at Nkana is pathetic. Because he bought players mostly foreign without proper utilization plan for these expensive players. The transition season was the fruits of his hands. Any way I wish him all the best in his future endeavor.

  2. Fkm what teams do you coach?muletashasho!Lyonse ma armchair criticism!! Best one be yourself as usual, however, consult before making a decision.You have us proud. Some People are not happy with your achievement you made by winning cosafa and Africa under 20 cup and appearance and world under 20 cup and your team did very.Where is the changing?

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