Livingstone Pirates boss demands consistency as Mazabuka test looms
Livingstone Pirates suffered a major blow in the bid to challenge for top four and promotion to super league when they slumped to a 1-0 defeat in a week 14 midweek in counter to by then bottom side and weeping boys Yet fc.
The Landlords boss Bupe Chewe feels his side are not yet a finished product despite a great come back of beating Mumbwa Medics 2 -1 on Sunday in week 17.
” The win was a great significance to the confidence of the team expecially that we are playing at home this weekend. That was an incredible come back that we haven’t seen for many year’s at Busiku Grounds. Show me a classy Livingstone Pirates come back in the past four years, you will struggle because there’s is non,” He said .
“I hope we shall have the same character and resilience in the next 13 games and improve our consistency which has been our main Challenge,” He added.
Pirates sit 8th on the log with 21 points as results of there performance, 4 points adrift of top four putting their hopes of challenging for promotion alive with a slim chance.
“There is some frastration collectively with the results but we won’t change our idea,work and goals we have,I challenge players to step up and bring there A game if we are to be a finished product because drowing one and lossing one isn’t a bad start to the second half of the league,” Bupe said.
“When you lose one match, maybe you can look at the players who sits out but I think it’s rearly the consequences, we have won matches with other players, other systems and we need to be more efficient in each moment,” he added.
Pirates are searching for the elusive promotion to the Super League and are just 10 points away from log leaders Young Green Eagles.
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