Our target is to finish in the top-four- Fathi
The 2019/2020 Zambian Super League enters week eighteen this weekend with matches to be played on Saturday and Sunday.
Napsa coach Mohammad Fathi spoke to the ZamFoot Crew and gave his thought on how his team performed in the first half of the season.
The Egyptian born gaffer believes his side has had a good first half despite having some bad patches. He has reiterated his team’s ambition of finishing in the top four and playing Continental football.
“I think our performance was very good despite the break down we had at the end of the first round. I think we had the same breakdown at the beginning of the season after four games, we drew with Red Arrows, Green Eagles then we lost to Zesco. We came back strong and won 4 in a row, 3 in a roll till we had this breakdown. We finished in the top four in the first round and we booked a position in the Absa cup, we are planning to stay in the top four till the end of the season, ” he said.
He went on to reveal that strikers Bornwell Mwape and Laudit Mavugo will miss the match against Mighty Mufulira Wanderers over the weekend.
“Our target is to finish in the top four. In the last three games, Bornwell Mwape got injured, we tried to push him and he tried to push himself. He got injured in the Dynamos game and he played with an injury in the Nkana and Green Buffaloes game, Laudit Mavugo as sickness and he will be out for two weeks. We have a breakdown in the striking force and that’s why the problem comes in,” he said.
“I appeal to our management, sponsors, and fans to continue supporting us.”
Napsa started well and enjoyed a fair run of games and might go top of the table on Saturday with a win against Mighty Mufulira wanderers provided Green Eagles and Nkana drop points.
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