Zambia coach plots Ghana's downfall
The Chipolopolo Boys are expected to have two training sessions today as Frenchman tactician Herve Renard begins to mark a strategy on how to gun down Ghana in this Saturday's Brazil 2014 World Cup qualifier.
On the backdrop of shocking 2-0 defeat to Sudan, Renard is aware that the mouthwatering tie to be staged at the new Levy Mwanawasa Stadium is a must win and the Frenchman is understood to be setting his eyes on an 'all out attack' as FAZ President Kalusha Bwalya hinted yesterday in Lusaka.
While Monday's light training session which saw skipper Chris Katongo miss was option to the players who played in Khartoum, all the 25 players including Power Dynamos' captain Joseph Sitali will take part.
The Frenchman will work on the tactical part including the formations on how the team will set out on the pitch on Saturday against the Black Stars who are already in South Africa.
Ghana lead the Group D on 3 points thanks to a superior goal difference after posting a 7-0 routing of Lesotho on Friday night. Sudan with also 3 points are second while the African Champions are third.
A win for Zambia on Saturday will definitely put back the country's World Cup dream on track for a maiden appearance.
Story by Ghana/ Tony Bebli/ Joy Sports