National Division One side Nchanga Rangers have made changes to their technical bench.
Brave has roped in David Siame as the new first assistant coach to Robert Tembo while Silemi Phiri joins in as second assistant coach.
Bob Banda, Ronald Mukosha and Mutumbi Mtonga have left the club after the expiration of their contracts.
This is according to a press statement by Media officer Andrew Ukwimi made available to the ZamFoot Crew.
“Nchanga Rangers Football Club informs its supporters and other partners that the Club has made changes to the technical bench by bringing in new faces who include David Siame as the first assistant to the head coach, Robert Tembo.
Nchanga Rangers legend Silemi Phiri comes in as second assistant coach, while Ponga Chikombe is the new physical trainer and Francis Sinyangwe the goalkeeper coach.
The coaches have been employed on two-year contracts, with options to extend.
The Club has separated with Ronald Mukosha, who was the assistant after the expiry of his contract.
Others who have left the Club are physical trainer Mutumbi Mtonga (expiry ofcontract) and goalkeeper trainer Bob Banda on mutual separation.”
Michael Mwape who was co-opted into the senior technical bench from the Young
Nchanga Rangers returns to the youth side to continue with the youth football
“The club wishes to extend its gratitude to the coaches who have departed for their
contribution to the Club during their stint at Nchanga Rangers FC.
The Club remains confident that Robert Tembo and his coaching staff will deliver to
the expectations of our fans, supporters, management and the sponsor.”