MIGHTY Mufulira Wanderers coach Manfred Chabinga has warned that his team is determined to get maximum points this afternoon when they play Power Dynamos at the Arthur Davies Stadium and that his team should never be written off from causing an upset.
Chabinga told the Daily Nation in an interview yesterday that Wanderers maybe branded underdogs against Power but warned that his opponents would be given a good run for their money because his boys were more than ready to fight to the last whistle.
He said that he was aware that Power Dynamos were wounded after they were switched off by Zanaco in a rescheduled match played on Wednesday and that his team would approach the game cautiously.
“We want to stay in the Supper League and that is our aim. We understand we have made mistakes in the previous games but we have learnt from our past mistakes and are ready to fight for maximum points tomorrow (today). This will be a big game considering that Power Dynamos are now wounded following their loss to Zanaco but we are ready for them,” Chabinga said.
Power Dynamos sit second on the log along with Konkola Blades and Green Eagles but are only separated by a goal difference, two behind leaders Zanaco who have accumulated nine points so far.
Meanwhile, Nakambala Leopards coach Dick Ngwenya says his team was seeking to produce a better performance which has eluded them in the previous games when they clash with Forest Rangers at the Dola Hill Stadium.
Ngwenya told the Daily Nation in an interview yesterday that his club had started the league on a bad note and would be looking to redeem itself with a good performance against Forest Rangers.
“We will need to get focussed and put up a better performance. We have played a total of four games so far, drawn three and won one and this is not a very good result.
Forest Rangers will be at home and it will be tough for us but we will need to win the game in order for us to be in a better situation,” Ngwenya said.
Nakambala are in the relegation zone with the four games played so far and are second from bottom with Lusaka Dynamos, whom they share the same points but are only separated by goals.