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Carol Kanyemba acknowledges the girls’ awareness of qualification’s life-altering potential

Head Coach Carol Kanyemba’s strategic guidance propelled Zambia’s U-17 Women’s National Football Team (Copper Princesses) to a historic qualification for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in the Dominican Republic.

This achievement marks a 10-year gap closure, signifying a resurgence in Zambian women’s football.

Beyond the Numbers: Coach Kanyemba emphasizes the importance of fostering a “resilient and positive spirit” within her squad.

She utilized role models like Barbara Banda to inspire the players and leverage the potential life-changing opportunities this World Cup appearance presents.

Societal Impact: This qualification transcends the realm of sports. It challenges traditional gender norms by showcasing the potential of women’s football in Zambia. Data suggests a shift in parental perspectives, with a growing number now considering football as a viable career path for their daughters.

Looking Forward: With qualification secured, Coach Kanyemba’s focus shifts towards exceeding expectations. Data analysis from previous World Cup performances will be crucial in crafting a strategy to progress beyond the group stage.

This achievement opens a window for further development of Zambia’s women’s football program, and future success hinges on strategic investment and player development.

This data-driven approach highlights the strategic planning and wider societal impact of the Copper Princesses’ achievement.

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