Stay Focused, Fathi urges his team
Napsa Stars Football Club were the biggest winners on Saturday when they hosted Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy in a Week 8 rescheduled game at Woodlands Stadium recording a 3-0 win over the newcomers.
This was a Sixth (6) Win for Napsa Stars this Season and Coach Mohammed Fathi after the match urged his team to remain focused because the target is to play continental football
“It was a Sweet victory this is the first time we have scored three goals and the most important thing is to improve our position on the log table, and so far so good we have to remain focused for the next game that’s all.”
“We still have twenty-four games and we have played 10 so if we manage to maintain the Second one in the same position and keep ourselves close to number one because our target is to play Continental so we have to keep ourselves in the top four,” he said.
Fathi expressed happiness with Laudit Mavugo’s performance who came in as a Substitute and Scored a brace despite him missing part Napsa Stars’ pres-season.
“Mavugo missed part of the pre-season due to his commitment in his country and international engagement, he Scored two goals am happy for him because he’s a key player and its a plus for us”
The pensioners have played ten games won six, drawn three lost one and have now moved to second on the log table with 21 points, six adrift of log leaders Zesco United.
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