In an effort to bolster their coaching staff and elevate their performance, Zambia Super League team Green Eagles has implemented strategic changes within their technical bench. The Bola Yapa Zed Crew has gathered insights about these developments, highlighting the club’s commitment to refining its coaching team.
Notably, the seasoned Kenneth Mwaanga, a former coach for Young Green Eagles, has been appointed as the first assistant coach. The club has officially confirmed this significant addition, welcoming Coach Kelvin Mwaanga back to Green Eagles FC.
The statement from the club reads: “Join us in welcoming Coach Kelvin Mwaanga who has rejoined Green Eagles FC as First Assistant Coach. The former GEFC Goalkeeper Coach joins us from Kafue Eagles FC, formerly known as Young Green Eagles, which was disbanded in 2022.”
Coach Mwaanga‘s return brings a wealth of experience to the team, particularly his successful track record in guiding Young Green Eagles from the Division One National League to the prestigious MTN/FAZ Super League in 2020. His expertise is poised to contribute significantly to Green Eagles‘ pursuit of excellence.
Enock Mukosha assumes the role of second assistant, while Kebby Hachipuka makes his return to the coaching staff from Mpulungu Harbour as the third assistant coach. These strategic appointments reflect the club’s dedication to assembling a well-rounded and skilled technical bench to support their players effectively.
In tandem with these new additions, adjustments are also being made to the coaching setup. Notably, current assistants Hopson Kalengo and Aubrey Zulu are anticipated to be relocated from Choma. These changes underscore the club’s proactive approach to fine-tuning its coaching staff for optimal performance.
As Green Eagles FC ushers in these changes, fans and stakeholders eagerly anticipate the positive impact they will have on the team’s performance in the Zambia Super League. The reshaped technical bench signals a renewed commitment to success and growth, with Coach Kelvin Mwaanga leading the way in his role as the first assistant coach.