Thursday, 30 June 2016

Zambia must double-up efforts to earn World Cup berth, says Chamanga

The former Chipolopolo forward has revealed that hard work is vital for his country to qualify for the 2018 Fifa World Cup
Former Zambia striker James Chamanga has called on the national team to work hard if they are to qualify for the Fifa 2018 World Cup Russia, saying his country have to work 'triple hard' for success.
The Chipolopolo were against  Algeria, Nigeria and Cameroon in what has been dubbed the 'Group of Death' and the former Dalian Shide player believes the key to making it to Russia is through hard work.
"It's not any easy group and with the [poor] results we are getting, we need to work triple hard,” Chamanga told Post Zambia.
Zambia are massive underdogs in the group, being the only team never to have made a World Cup Finals appearance and Chamanga admits the Chipolopolo have it all to do against some of Africa's biggest sides.
"These teams we are going to play are in the top ten in Africa, it will not be easy."
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