He was asked if – like another former Zambia international and national coach‚ Wedson Nyirenda‚ at Baroka FC – he might consider a job in the PSL.
“Ja‚ there are jobs here. If it [were offered] I would take it up‚” Lwandamina responded.
“Who doesn’t acknowledge the fact that money would attract anyone‚ including yourself [the questioner].”
Lwandamina explained Zesco’s counterattacking strategy – absorbing as Chiefs pressed for the two goals they needed to reduce a 3-1 deficit from the first leg‚ and hitting on the break – that was so effective against Amakhosi in the second leg.
“We knew that our friends have experienced and very fast players. So we just divided the team into two units – six to do the defensive one‚ the other four to do the attack‚” the coach said.
“We knew they would leave spaces behind because they wanted this game so much. And they did. And the chances that we created we were able to put away.”