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Chipolopolo can beat Botswana-Tembwe

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Soccer Analyst Nkweto Tembwe says Chipolopolo can beat the Zebras in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier games slated for November this year.

Tembwe, the self-proclaimed Luapula giant said Botswana is beatable, if the team can plan well.

“For now let the technical bench spend more time on the pitch than in boardrooms addressing the press.

“I also advise the bench not to reveal what is planned on the pitch, they should keep it to themselves because we only want to see it on the pitch on match days when Chipolopolo butcher the Zebras. For now, may we borrow the Matero Boys Secondary School motto, ‘Deeds and not words,” said Tebwe who is former Football Association of Communication Manager.

Zambia sits at the bottom of Group H after losing the first two games against Afcon Champions Algeria who at the moment sit on the summit of the table the group.

Zambia hosts the Zebras on the evening (18:00 hrs) of November 12, at Heroes Stadium before heading to Botswana’s Francistown Stadium for a return match coming within the space of four days on November 16, about the same time.

The Independent Observer

John Sakala is a Journalist yearning for independent journalism

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