Mwape Confident in Copper Queens for Angola Leg
Zambia Women’s National Team head coach, Bruce Mwape, has expressed confidence in his team’s readiness for the upcoming match against Angola this evening. Following a resounding 6-0 victory in the first leg, the Copper Queens aim to seal the deal at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.
Mwape affirmed that the team is fully prepared for the challenge, acknowledging Angola’s determination to bounce back on their home turf. Despite the substantial lead, Mwape emphasized the seriousness of their approach and assured that the squad is injury-free.
The coach outlined his strategy, indicating that he plans to initiate the match with a formidable lineup and may introduce changes in the second half to provide opportunities for new players. Mwape highlighted the team’s commitment to player development, stating that they have been cultivating a cohesive unit over the past five years, with a relatively young average age.
Addressing improvements, Mwape mentioned the team’s focus on rectifying identified shortcomings from the first leg during their training sessions. Encouraging Copperbelt fans to show support, Mwape called for a strong turnout at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.
“In any game, mistakes happen, and we’ve addressed those areas in our training. To the fans, this is the opportune moment to come out in numbers and witness the Copper Queens in action live,” urged Mwape.
The crucial match against Angola is set to kick off at 18:00 at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium. Tickets, starting from as low as K30, are available at ShopRite Stores Countrywide through Computicketing, providing fans with the chance to be part of this exciting encounter.