Win over Circuit will be used as a turning point says Napsa coach

Jane Mwemba | April 14, 2019

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Napsa stars football club Cruised past Circuit City to secure a 0-2 win against the ‘wildcat’ boys in Week 12 of the Zambia Super League.

The Napsa stars caretaker Muhammed Fathi was impressed with his team’s performance who have endured a bad patch decently.

Speaking to the Zamfoot Reporter in a post match interview fathi said, “the players did put the maximum efforts it was a very good game despite us missing a number of Chances but that’s the nature of the game, this win will be used as a turning for Napsa.

Fathi Added that,” the group is still open if you look at the table, am not undermining the teams but am looking at the teams in the danger Zone.

” I think the story will be different in the Next few games and I believe the league is still open so everything will be decided on the last day of the games.

The pensioners are 6th In stream B with 14 points from the 11 games so far.

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