How’s George Lwandamina performance at kabwe Warriors after six games
It seems things are not going according to plans for George Chicken Lwandamina at Kabwe Warriors as he has only managed to bag one win out of six games.
The former Zambia National team Coach penned a two-year deal with the people’s team mid this year with the club hoping the veteran will help them take the league title at the Godfrey Ucar Chitalu Stadium.
However things have gone sour with only a single win in six games and currently his team is setting at number 12 on the table with only 7 points out of possible 18 points.
The former Zesco United coach despite having vast experience in football and being one of the best coaches in the country, his performance so far has triggered a lot of unanswered questions as to what the problem is at warriors as the team has only won one game out of the six games played.
Lwandamina in one of his post-match interviews attributed the bad results to the fact that they are trying to build a team for the future, this has raised a lot of questions from the general public looking at the players that he is bringing at Warriors.
George Lwandamina signings are not looking promising as the coach is brining tired legs at the team and he is letting go of young players who are supposed to be part of the rebuilding process.
The coach has managed to bring Misheck Chaila who played for him when he was the head coach for Zesco to Kabwe Warriors and most of the fans have criticised this signing pointing out the fact that the player can’t be part of the rebuilding process because his performances are below average.
Another signing that has got people talking is that of Joseph Zimba (Joriba) who was released by Nkwazi when his long loan ended and he was looking for club because he was not in the plans of his parent club Red Arrows.
Other social media rumours also indicating that the coach might be on his way out of Kabwe Warriors as he has applied to fill the vacancy of a head coach at Ghanaian club Hearts of Oak who parted company with Samuel Boadu