The Zambia Men’s National Team is set to soar to new heights with the unveiling of their highly-anticipated technical bench. Led by the experienced coach Avram Grant, the squad comprises a formidable lineup of talented individuals, each bringing their unique skills to the table.
Joining Grant are former West Ham and Partizan Belgrade assistant coach, Marko Barbul, and Chipolopolo legend, Moses Sichone, who will serve as assistant coaches. These two seasoned professionals are expected to provide invaluable guidance to the players, helping them to hone their skills and refine their game.
Meanwhile, South Africa based goalkeeper coach, Davies Phiri, is making a triumphant return as a divers’ trainer. Phiri is widely respected in the industry for his impressive track record, and his presence is sure to boost the team’s performance.
Also joining the team are video analyst, Ohad Efrat, and physical trainer, Jamie Lawrence. Efrat, who previously had a stint with Crystal Palace, is expected to leverage his expertise in video analysis to help the team stay ahead of the curve. Lawrence, a former Premier League star and physical trainer for the Jamaica National Team, is tasked with ensuring the players are in top physical shape for the upcoming tournaments.
The team doctor, Wesley Ngongo, and physiotherapist, Hensley Chilimboyi, are set to retain their positions, ensuring the players receive top-notch medical care.
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With such a talented technical bench in place, the Zambia Men’s National Team is poised to make waves on the international stage. The team has already started working with the local assemblage of players in Lusaka, and fans are eagerly anticipating what the future holds.