Following the absence of Be Forward Wanderers’ coaches, Yasin Osman and Bob Mpinganjira, who are attending a Caf A-Licence Coaching course, the team has resorted to using Albert Mpinganjira as the Caretaker Coach.
According to Team Manager, Steve Madeira, the Wanderers’ reserve team Coach has started drilling the team.
“The absence of our coaches will not affect our performance in the Super League because we know that Mpinganjira [Albert] is also good. He is capable of delivering the goods for us. Apart from Albert, we have Valence Kamzere the Goalkeepers’ Trainer and myself available,” he said.
Madeira added that with the advancement in technology, the two coaches are able to issue instructions through mobile phones to the panel in charge.
Apart from the duo, the team’s Technical Director, Jack Chamangwana, is also attending the course which will run from October 31 to December 12 at Mpira Village in Blantyre.
“Meanwhile, we are training in preparation for the weekend’s home game against Epac. I can confirm that the guys are doing better. Our first-choice goalkeeper, Richard Chipuwa, is also back. We, therefore, expect to continue doing better,” Madeira added.
The course has attracted 28 coaches, with Mzuni FC’s Coach, Alex Ngwira and his assistant, McNebert Kazuwa, being among the participants.
Mzuni’s General Secretary, Khumbo Kumwenda, said the team will bank on another assistant trainer, Jomo Ngonga.
“We don’t expect their absence to adversely affect the team. For the past two years, Ngwira has been holding training sessions together with his assistants, so they know what to do,” Kumwenda said.
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