Napsa Stars’ veteran striker Harry Milanzi says he is not shocked by the club’s decision to retain him ahead of the 2013 FAZ Super Division campaign.
Napsa recently offloaded seven senior players namely the Chalwe brothers Linos and Songwe, midfielder Perry Mutapa, goalkeeper Mufwaya Makasa and John Mulombwa.
In an interview, Milanzi said he deserved to be maintained after his inspiring performance last season.
“They have seen that I have made a great contribution to the team since I signed a two year contract last season,” the ex-Chipolopolo forward said.
“For them to terminate the contract for others they based the decision on the players’ performance last season,” Milanzi stated.
And Milanzi hoped that Napsa will challenge for the 2013 league title and successfully defend the Barclays Cup.
“We have been reinforced by a couple of new players so we will form a competitive team,” Milanzi said.
“If all goes well, we are going to win the league and retain the Barclays Cup.”
Meanwhile, Napsa has recruited striker Francis Kasonde and Robby Musosha from National Assembly, Congolese-born Peter Olanga and Scot Ngokene from City of Lusaka.
Peter Kaumba’s side began the 2013 season with a 4-2 defeat to Zanaco in the Charity Shield semifinals on February 23.
Good to hear that Milanzi is still active.Maybe he didnt cheat his age after all.Way to go.
Stil milanzi is in the evenings.
He is one player who has used his experience to the fullest. I have watched him and I believe young players can learn a thing or two from him.
Yes even though he sounds like a coach, he is passionate about the game, no wonder he does so well. Good guy.
He is good. Indeed he did not lie about his age.
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