Napsa Stars coach Mohammed Fathi is confident his side will play continental football. The Egyptian born tactician believes his side will finish in the top two bracket in Stream B despite their current position on the log.
He revealed that his team was looking at accumulating as many many points as possible from their last eight games .
“I have not lost hope anything is possible. I still have hope we can finish in the top two, We still have 21 more points to fight for. Our target is to win as many game as possible from our remaining games.It is possible and I still have hope.,” he said.
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“We came from fighting relagation last season and we are now building a team to win the league . Sometimes break downs may happen but at the end of the day we still have 8 games and we see which position we can finish in but am confident we can’t won’t finish first we will come out second, ” he added.
His counter part Chris Kaunda issued a warning to teams fighting for the league to be careful when playing his side who have nothing to lose.
” I will always say we are not scared of anyone . For us as Nkwazi we have nothing to lose we are building a team, Five years plan.Whoever we are playing who is fighting for the title may just need to be careful because we have nothing to lose and we may just hurt them,” he said.
Napsa Stars and Nkwazi played out to a goalless draw on Saturday at Edwin Imboela Stadium in a week ten MTN/FAZ Super league encounter.