NATIONAL Sport council of Zambia chairman Mwamba Kalenga has told Football Association of Zambia president Kalusha Bwalya to take his position seriously and supervise his secretariat.
During the Annual general meeting held today in Kabwe, Kalenga said they were many complaints pertaining the technical bench,
“Take the issues of the technical bench seriously and work out something to improve on those issues, you are a product of sports so do not distance yourself, you have a mandate,” Kalenga said to Kalusha.
He also advised FAZ to organize at least a truck of balls to distribute to the clubs so as to nature the youths playing in the clubs to become great players and if the Zambian football is to improve.
Kalenga said the money for youths given by FIFA should be seen working.
And FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya hopes to maintain and improve on the technical bench,
“We need to adapt and adopt the spirit of opportunity and good will as a family to see better days in football, we should be disciplined at all levels,” Kalusha said.
He said it was important for FAZ to keep remembering their task to raise Zambian football internationally and globally.
He said FAZ will this year be the first to get club licensing.
He however expressed disappointment when he disclosed that 427 super league games have not been played this year by the end of last season.
“This is embarrassing and we are risking and denying the players the chance to develop skills in football, we have to forge ahead after we disappointingly drew with Lesotho, we have to fight our honor as nothing comes on a silver platter,” Kalusha said.