Ekwendeni Hammers Coach, Etison Kadenge Mwafulirwa fears his team might not replicate the form that enabled them to climb to the top of the Super League table, level on points with Silver Strikers and Red Lions.
The coach expressed the sentiments after noticing what he has described as “a change in attitude in his players’ following the announcement of the break of the league due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Northerners were in scintillating form before the break as they won two of their last assignments scoring 6 goals and collecting 6 points to take their league wins to 6 in 9 games. They have lost 2 games and drawn once.
And speaking to soccermalawi.com Mwafulirwa revealed that the unexpected break of the league has had a psychological effect on his players but the coach said he can not blame the players for the change in attitude.
“The shift in attitude and morale can be seen during training sessions, I am not happy with the attitude but I can’t blame my players, this is a psychological impact from football break, am afraid it will affect us, ” said Mwafulirwa.