Kitwe United remains optimistic of surviving relegation
Kitwe United boss, Stephen Mwansa is optimistic of his team chances of survival despite their loss to Forest Rangers on Saturday, August 18th at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.
Mwansa reiterated that the teams objective still remains to survive relegation. He is confident winning two games will put his team back on track for survival.
” Our objective is to stay in the Super League. Yes we have lost this game but we now shift our focus to the game against Buildcon,” he said.
” We have won some games and have accumulated 36 points so if we can just get two more wins then I think we will be okay, ” he added.
Austin Muwowo scored a direct free-kick to cancel out Emmanuel Chabula’s opener before netting two second half goals to complete a hatrick and lead Forest to a three one win.
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