90 Minutes Left to Play, Roars Bruce Mwape

90 Minutes Left to Play, Roars Bruce Mwape

Copper Queens coach Bruce Mwape remains resolute in his belief that his team can turn the tables in the upcoming rematch.

Despite Zambia’s disappointing 2-1 defeat to Morocco in the first leg of the final round of the Paris 2024 Olympics qualifier, played at Ndola’s Levy Mwanawasa Stadium last Friday, Mwape is determined to inspire his players to a comeback.

He acknowledged the team’s lackluster performance, particularly in the second half, attributing it to avoidable errors. However, he refused to dwell on the negatives, instead focusing on the positives and the opportunities that lie ahead.

Mwape stressed the importance of learning from the mistakes made in the first leg and rectifying them in the return fixture.

He emphasized the need for a more disciplined and focused approach from his players, especially in critical moments of the game.

Mwape also expressed confidence in his team’s ability to bounce back, citing their resilience and determination as key factors that could tilt the balance in their favor.

He urged his players to remain positive and to believe in themselves, knowing that they have the quality to compete with the best teams in the world.

Looking ahead to the decisive second leg, Mwape assured fans that his team would not simply go through the motions but would play with purpose and intent.

He emphasized the significance of the upcoming match, stating that his players were fully aware of what was at stake.

Mwape made it clear that they would approach the game with a winning mentality, aiming to secure victory and advance to the next stage of the qualifiers.

He urged the fans to rally behind the team, promising them an exciting and competitive performance from the Copper Queens.

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