Tanzanian Side Azam FC has announced that their Zambian Coach George Lwandamina has resigned from his position.
Lwandamina joined The Icecream Makers on the 4th of December 2020 and was given a one-year deal.
His first season at Azam FC saw him helping the team qualify for the CAF Confederations Cup.
The build-up to the 2021/2022 season saw Azam FC loosen the purse strings to support Lwandamina building a super squad in bid to challenge the likes of Simba and Yanga in the Domestic league as well as reach the CAF group stage for the first time.
Azam FC would go and sign a number of players in a bid to achieve the club’s goals.
Some of the players included three Zambian players of Rodgers Kola,, Charles Zulu and Paul Katema.
The club additionally also signed Congolese striker Idriss Mbombo who was one of Lwandamina’s main strikers at Zesco United between 2016 and 2017.
In total Azam had six players who had plied their trade in the Zambian league over the last five years.
Results on the pitch however did not go Lwandaminas way as Azam FC were eliminated from the CAF Confederations Cup by Egyptian side Pyramids FC while locally the club was in seventh place and their 0-0 draw at home against Kagera Sugar over the weekend didn’t seem to help.
Lwandamina leaves Azam FC close to the day in which he managed thier first game against Gwabina in a goaless draw on the 7th of December 2020.
His record at the Icescream makers stands at 38 games played with 18 wins, 12 draws and 8 losses