Chipolopolo players summoned for the upcoming international friendly games have pledged to work hard and win all fixtures.
Chipolopolo Coach Milutin Sredojevic has assembled a 36-man squad comprising both local and foreign-based players for the upcoming games against Senegal, Benin and Sudan to be played next month.
Striker Lubambo Musonda who features for Poland side Slask Wroclaw says the team has enough time to prepare adequately for the games.
Musonda says the players will work hard and take the games seriously as they are part of the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers preparations.
He said the team has a lot to learn from the games which will help them in their World cup qualifying quest.
Musonda who was among the players that took part in the national team’s training session this morning said the infusion of European players who have Zambian ties will strengthen the squad.
And Kitwe United attacker Edward Lungu who was handed his first call up to the national team said he is elated and that he worked hard to attain the call up.
Lungu however said he hopes to join a different club in the Super League after Kitwe United were relegated with some fixtures remaining before the end of the season.
And Russian based Midfielder Klings Kangwa who features of Arsenal Tula said the team has a big task that requires everyone to push.
Kangwa said the international friendly games are important for the team and that the players will do their best for the country.
He has since implored Football fans to always rally behind the team despite the short comings in football.
Zambia play Senegal on the 5th of June, Benin on the 8th and Sudan on the 11th of June 2021.