BUILDCON coach Tenant Chembo says his boys need to be instilled with a winning mentality, which he says he will work on having taken over the running of the team only a week ago.
Chembo, however, says he is disappointed that his boys had settled for a draw in a game they had led two goals up.
He said his boys were supposed to have done better than allow Napsa to pull them back and score two goals making it a draw.
“We should have done better than this, very disappointed for a draw, this is a game we should have won. They did well but it’s the winning mentality that we have to inject into the team of which is going to come,” Chembo said.
“We just need a win and everything will be erased. The win is going to bring life into our team and that is what we are targeting.”
Napsa coach Elijah Chikwanda was however happy that his club had managed a draw but cited the defence for the allowed goals.
“Coming from behind, from a two zero down and they equalised, I give them 100 per cent work rate and I hope they continue working hard. We have to organize our defence going forward,” said Chikwanda.
Both Napsa and Buildcon now have two points having recorded two draws each as their best performances this season with the rest being loses.