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Jack Chamangwana embraces selection headache

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Be Forward Wanderers Coach, Jack Chamangwana, has admitted facing selection headache for his starting XI in the TNM Super League this season.

The former Flames mentor called the current situation healthy and asked players to continue fighting for positions.

He made the remarks after Wanderers drew one-all with Nyasa Big Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.

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Chamangwana made five changes to the team that drew one-all with Dwangwa United a week ago.

Goalkeeper Bester Phiri, defenders Boston Kabango, Ted Sumani, Felix Zulu and striker Peter Wadabwa started the game, while Jabulani Linje, Luka Milanzie, Kondwani Lufeyo, Mike Kaziputa and goalkeeper Nenani Juwayo paved the way.

“We have a healthy squad and to come up with the first 11 is not easy. The players are fighting their lungs out to be in the team. As a result, we consider a variety of factors before naming the team,” he said.

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Chamangwana said the technical panel was selecting players depending on their training performance and game-plan.

“Firstly, the players have to perform well during training. Then we consider other things like game-plan, where players are assigned to do specific tasks. It is not easy to make this assessment because almost on each and every position we have players battling to be in the team,” he said.

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