Nyasa Big Bullets Coach Kallisto Pasuwa has said his strikers need to improve their technique and composure to turn chances into goals.
The Zimbabwean mentor was reacting to Hassan Kajoke’s misses in Bullets’ 4-1 win thrashing of Dwangwa United in a TNM Super League match at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.
Pasuwa said there was need for specialised training to help his strikers improve their goal-conversion rate.
“We definitely need to do more to our attacking machinery. We had Kajoke missing in front of a yawning goal where he could have done better. We need to work on this so that we have more goals coming,” he said.
Pasuwa said the win was an inspiration to his charges ahead of this weekend’s Blantyre derby against archrivals Be Forward Wanderers.
The derby itself is a motivation to every player. You make history if you do well in a derby. We hope the players will not put themselves under unnecessary pressure,” he said.
Kajoke opened scoring and completed his double towards the end after missing clear chances earlier.
Kajoke was not the only culprit in the missing game as veteran Chiukepo Msowoya also squandered clear chances.
Msowoya was on the target once whereas substitute Patrick Phiri also had his name on the scoresheet.