By Sports Reporter
NOT-SO-MAGNIFICENT Kabwe Warriors were the villains of themselves last Saturday when determined NAPSA Stars beat them 1-0 in the MTN/FAZ premier league week 8 match played at Lusaka’s Woodlands stadium.
Stars have now moved from the relegation zone -thanks to a goal scored by Mathew Macha with less than 8 minutes to go.
At half time, the teams were 0-0
The result has pushed NAPSA Stars to 14th position on the premier league with six pints since the start of the season.
For Warriors they still maintain their 10th position at 8 points.
Meanwhile Zambia U23 striker Patrick Ngoma has returned home after severing his relations with his Egyptian club Al Ittihad the Zambianfootball.co.zm understands.
According to a report on FAZ facebook page Ngoma who moved to Egypt in August 2015 was reported to have had issues with his club failing to meet some contractual obligations.
“They failed to keep the boy as expected and it was difficulty for him to concentrate on his football,” the source told the ZamFoot Crew.
“He is now a free agent and will start training with Red Arrows his home team in the coming week.”
Ngoma is the second Zambian player who has had a dispute with Al Ittihad after Felix Katongo also left the club, highlighting similar issues.
Katongo has since been sanctioned by FIFA for breaching his contract with the Egyptian top flight team.