Napsa coach unhappy with use of Edwin Imboela

Napsa Stars coach Muhammad Fathi was on Saturday left fuming after his side lost 2-1 to Forest Rangers, claiming the team has only played one game at home since the start of the season.

Laudit Mavugo put Napsa in the lead after 24 minutes through a spot kick after he was brought down by Forest Rangers defender Sydney Kasanda. Austin Muwowo restored parity for the visitors four minutes after Napsa took the lead with a coolly taken shot that found the back of the net.

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Ghanaian striker Zikiru Adams sealed the victory for Fole Malembe in the 70th minute after Napsa Stars were reduced to 10 men in the second half after a cruddy challenge on Benson Kolala by Napsa player Austin Banda.

However, Fathi feels playing away from the Woodlands stadium is affecting his side’s performance.

“It’s an away game again, from six games we’ve played five away games the next game is away game against Power Dynamos in Kitwe,” Fathi said.

The Egyptian born tactician is hopeful that Napsa will start using their home stadium, Woodlands Stadium.

“We will try to fix this result and to win that game, hopefully when we come back from Kitwe, Football House can consider Napsa to be using Woodlands Stadium,” said Fathi.

Napsa have played four games at Edwin Imboela Stadium due to the broadcasting arrangement by the league official broadcaster SuperSport.

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