Kanyemba Confident for Zambia’s Historic Away Win in East Africa

Kanyemba Confident for Zambia’s Historic Away Win in East Africa

Zambia’s coach, Carol Kanyemba, is filled with confidence as her team prepares to take on Uganda in the second leg of the third round match in Kitende.

With the 2024 U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers underway, Kanyemba sees this as a golden opportunity for her team to make history by securing their first-ever away win in the tournament. Despite the challenges of playing on unfamiliar turf, Kanyemba believes that her squad has the talent, determination, and strategy needed to emerge victorious.

The encounter between Zambia and Uganda is set to unfold at the prestigious St. Mary’s Stadium, a venue renowned for its electrifying atmosphere and passionate fans.

With kickoff scheduled for 3:00 PM CAT, both teams are gearing up for what promises to be a fiercely contested battle on the field. Kanyemba and her coaching staff have been meticulously preparing the players, fine-tuning their tactics and instilling a winning mentality ahead of the crucial clash.

As the countdown to kickoff continues, anticipation is building among football enthusiasts in Zambia and beyond. The prospect of witnessing history in the making has sparked excitement and fervor, with fans rallying behind the national team in their quest for victory.

With Kanyemba at the helm, Zambia’s young talents are ready to showcase their skills and determination as they aim to secure a landmark away win and pave the way for a successful campaign in the U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers.

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