Zambia relieved by Chansa's China move
Isaac Chansa has moved to China
Early last week, Chansa moved to Chinese side Henan Jianye for an undisclosed fee after falling out at Pirates following his return from the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in February.
Zambia coach Herve Renard has already blamed Chansa’s lack of playing time at South African champions Pirates to “politics”.
And now Beaumelle has told MTNFootball.com from Cannes on Saturday that the onus was now on Chansa to get regular playing time at his new Chinese club.
"I am very happy for the player especially when it s the player's will to go over there," the Frenchman said.
"When the boys are working hard and are regular players at their clubs and with a national team it is normal to get good proposal.
"I just hope and wish that it will help us to achieve our big target."
At Henan, Chansa will reunite with his Zambia teammate and captain Christopher Katongo, who is entering his second season with the Chinese club.
The 28-year-old midfielder has also featured for Swedish side Helsingborgs IF, where he made 40 appearances and scored four goals between 2007 and 2009.