MUZA coach attributes relegation to lack of experience
Relegated Maestro United Zambia (MUZA) coach Dabwitso Nkhoma attributed their relegation to the National Division one to lack of experience. Nkhoma claimed that his team had no time to prepare for the eventualities of the Super League.
MUZA become the first team to be relegated this season a week ago after they collected just eight points (now on 9) after 16 matches with only two games to go and their was a more than six point gap between them and the team in 8th place.
“It was not easy to maintain a premier League Spot because we did not have time to prepare but we tried our Best,” He Said.
“We did not have experience it being our first time to play in the Super division, the other problem is that the transition league was too short for us we did not have enough time to prepare,” He added.
Nkhoma was speaking after his seeing his team draw nil nil with Napsa Stars when they for a week 17 game in Mazabuka on Saturday.
MuZA went into the fixture knowing that the match had no bearing regardless of the result due to the fact that they had already been relegated back to Division one.
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