Milutin Sredojevic feels his team is still far away from producing the playing identity he hopes to create.
The Serbian coach marked his debut with a 1-0 win over Malawi in an international friendly late last week with Napsa Stars forward Collins Sikombe claiming the goal.
“We are taking the positives and negatives from this game and when we talk about the positives, I wish to express my appreciation to the players for abiding to our wishes of playing our brand of football; building from behind and appearing in the pockets of space,” Micho said via The Lusaka Times.
“However, we are still very far from providing that attacking automatism in varieties from the sides to the center in space. We were also not happy with that and from set-pieces where we need to be much more dangerous.
“We know that set-pieces are chronic problems for Zambia in international football but we still have a lot of space to work on that to improve and develop,” Micho added.
Meanwhile, Chipolopolo’s programme for the tri-nations tournament ahead of the 2020 CHAN tournament, has been suspended due to the Covid-19 outbreak and CAF’s decision to cancel all football activities.