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Coach Janza weeps: I can even go now

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Coacj Honour Janza

Coacj Honour Janza

Zambian National Team Coach Honour Janza on Sunday held his tears back saying the Football Association should inform him if they nolonger need his service and he was ready to leave immediately.

Mike Mubanga reporting for Muvi Television said Janza was complaining at the Heroes International Stadium where his team beat Rwanda 2 -0 in an International friendly match. He said it was not easy for him to win the game while he was being disscussed.

“If they want me to go, I can go even now. Its not easy to work like this, it’s not easy to win a game like this; discussing my issue at the AGM is not fair,” said Janza as he fought back tears.

Janza said FAZ Management should have internally discussed the matter than taking it to the media.

“I am not happy. Discussing my issue at the AGM, especially before a match; it hasn’t been easy for me,” complained the Zambian Coach who took over the job after a French Coach quit to get a job with Ivory Coast.

Meanwhile the match that could be the last for Janza as the Chipolopolo Boys coach ended 2-nil in favour of his Boys.

Second half goals from skipper Rainford Kalaba and Green Buffaloes midfielder Allan Mukuka were enough to give Janza a perfect send-off.

Substitute Winston Kalengo missed a sitter that would have given the Chipolopolo Boys a convincing 3-nil scoreline.

With FAZ coming out clear admitting that Janza is not experienced for the Chipolopolo Boys, Zambians will now wait to hear who will be the next Chipolopolo coach.

The news seemed to have affected Janza, as his boys struggled to earn position against Jonathan Mckingstry’s boys.

Bornwell Mwape and Given Singuluma could have given Zambia a lead in the first 45 minutes had they been clinical in the opposition area.

Janza is set to revert to his previous position of Technical Director, and a new foreign coach will be appointed to oversea Zambia’s upcoming Africa and World qualifier matches.

And speaking in a post-match interview, Janza says he was not happy that his status as coach was discussed at the AGM in Kabwe.

He says if management did not want him, he was ready to leave the Chipolopolo post before they could even discuss his status.

Janza also confirmed that he was disturbed throughout the game despite leading Zambia to their first win in 2015.

And Amavubi coach Jonathan Mckingstry says he has only been with the team for one week and is glad that he made it difficult for Zambia to win the match.

Mckingstry says Zambia is a difficult opposition and will work on the mistakes that were created in the international friendly match.


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