The Chipolopolo had a rude awakening on Saturday in Ndola where Mozambique’s Mambas held them to a goalless stalemate on their own backyard the result which has angered a large section of their fans.
Janza said there is no need to bring new players to bolster his side when it faces Cape Verde Wednesday this week away, saying what is required is for the same players in the current squad to put much more effort into the game.
“It is a bit uncomfortable for me to start talking about bringing new players. What is important is we go forward to ensure every player applies 100 percent all the time.
Today all players tried their best, it is not about young or old, it is about application,” Janza was quoted by The Post Online as saying.
But Janza said he was not worried with his team’s bumpy start observing that teams may kick off lowly but pick up pieces and round off with a bang.
Captain Christopher Katongo acknowledged that his side did not do enough to get a result and agreed with the sentiments raised his mentor that individual players need to put much more into their game.
However, he said the team needs to move on and look forward to the next encounter against determined Cape Verde.
“But I think for today [Saturday] we did not do enough for everyone. We could have done much better. We are looking forward to the next challenge. We can’t start crying over spilt milk,” explained Katongo.