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Chambeshi Not Feeling The Pressure As Chipolopolo Resume Road To Qatar

Sports Chambeshi Not Feeling The Pressure As Chipolopolo Resume Road To Qatar

Beston Chambeshi insists he is not feeling the pressure as Chipolopolo resume their 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup Group B qualifiers this October.

Zambia entered camp on Monday in Lusaka with fifteen domestic league call-ups turning up for the first day of training on Tuesday.

Chipolopolo are building up for Octobers Group B doubleheader date against Equatorial Guinea.

But Chambeshi resumes his Chipolopolo duties under the cosh following a forgettable 2-0 home loss to Group B leaders Tunisia on September 7 in Ndola.

That defeat saw Chipolopolo end match-day-two trailing the North Africans in second place in Group B on 3 and 6 points respectively after a promising start on September 4 with a 2-1 away victory over Mauritania.

“No, I think there is not much pressure on us. The reason why is because we know what we want to achieve in these qualifiers,” Chambeshi said.

“So yes, we can lose a game but what is important is to come our strong and to win our remaining games then the road will be good for us.”

Chipolopolo are second in Group B and Equatorial Guinea third, both on 3 points, but with goal difference there a factor.

Redemption time for Chambeshi starts on October 7 when they visit Equatorial Guinea in Malabo.

Three days later, Zambia will host Equatorial Guinea in Lusaka hoping to complete a six-pointer and then pray that Tunisia’s good form does not continue in their October doubleheader date against bottom of the table Mauritania who have zero points heading into match-day-three.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Why isn’t he feeling pressure?Because he doesn’t take the job seriously. Any coach feels pressure because of the big task before him. If Chambeshi isn’t feeling the pressure he doesn’t take the job seriously. The losing era of chipolopolo continues

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