Lusaka dynamos coach Patrick Phiri was left disappointed after his side suffered a 2-1 loss at the hands of Red Arrows on Sunday.
The former Chipolopolo boss feels his players are hard done by the two losses (on the pitch and in the boardroom) and that they will need to be properly psyched to play well in the coming games.
" We are very disappointed that we have lost three points on the ground. We lost three points in the boardroom so the players are affected by the loses , We need to work hard on their mindset so that they can come back," He told Futaa Zambia in a post match interview.
"We lost our best striker Mugalu. Without Mugalu it's a different story," He added.
The veteran coach is however confident his team still has a chance to play continental football.
"We are still in contention for Continental football if we work very hard we can still be there," he said.
Lusaka dynamos were beaten 2-1 by Red Arrows thanks to a brace by former Chinese based forward James Chamanga.