Mufulira Wanderers caretaker coach Moses Kashimoto is relieved that finally Mighty have escaped demotion after enduring a forgettable 2013 Division One North campaign.

Wanderers survived relegation over the weekend after the four demotion slots in Division One North were field by Kalewa, Mumbwa Medics, Mansa Health Stars and Bresmar United.

Kashimoto said surviving demotion was a huge challenge for the Shinde outfit.

“Indeed, we have survived we are all happy because it was not easy,” he said.

The legendary club spent most of the ending season flirting with relegation.

“We now want a good result in our last game against Mufulira Blackpool.”

With one game to spare, Wanderers are 13th on the 18-team table with 36 points from 33 matches.

The nine-time FAZ Super League champions have so far recorded seven wins, 15 draws and 11 loses.

Mighty first suffered demotion in 2002 before a making a brief return to the topflight league in 2005 and were relegated the same year.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. celebrating mediocrity…
    no wonder he praised beaulmer whatever, that he is on the ‘right track’ after recording two loses in a row.
    how do you expect mighty to win when the coach is the one who is in the forefront celebrating loses.

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  2. Fredrick Kashimoto was fired, That is Moses Kashimoto a former Mufulira Blackpool & Mighty player of late 1990 up to about 2010/11.

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