Beston preaches consistency

 Beston preaches consistency

By Mercy Chewe
Nkana coach Beston Chambeshi wants his team to maintain the new found winning formula as the side battles to avoid relegation in the FAZ Super Division.

Kalampa on Tuesday recorded a crucial 2-1 win over Red Arrows away in Lusaka to move up the table to number fifteen on 37 points after playing 30 matches.

Only goal difference is separating Nkana from the provisional survival position currently occupied by Indeni, who equally have 37 points.

Chambeshi said Nkana must maintain the resiliency that has seen them record four wins in their last five matches.

 ‘The race is still on. For sure we will treat the remaining games with that seriousness so that we collect maximum points,’ Chambeshi said.

‘I am happy with the team’s character; let’s hope we will maintain the same spirit in the remaining games,’ he said.

Nkana are now preparing to face Zanaco in their next match set for June 2 away in Lusaka.

Alice Nachilembe

Alice Nachilembe is a Journalist who yearns for a better country with leaders being accountable to their mandate without oppressing the governed.