Konkola Blades secretary Kennedy Chota says the Chililabombwe club will this year challenging for the FAZ Super League title.

Blades survived relegation on the final day of the 2014 league campaign after finishing 12th with 36 points from 30 matches.

But Chota said Sharp Razor wants to win the league this season.

“As Konkola Blades we want to work hard and compete for the league. We want to win the league,” he said.

The club has never won the top flight league since it was founded in 1956.

“We want to make sure that we are equal to the task when the league starts. That is why we are beefing up our team,” Chota said.

Meanwhile, Blades are on the verge of signing veteran goalkeeper Stephen Kabwe from demoted Roan United, midfielder Patrick Kasunga and defender Gilbert Kalusa.

The club has so far lost top striker Humphrey Maseneko to Zesco United and defender Clement Chileshe who has moved to Nkana.

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  1. Imagine!:you are now telling us about Blades. Nothing about Afcon!
    But ba Lusaka Times muli ba kalichoo. Ma sour grapes! Herve Renard wins the Africa Cup for the second time and you ignore it as if it is not of interest to Zambia’s impassioned soccer fans! Just because your team was knocked out in the first round doesnt mean you should be this sou


  2. Blades has a long way to go before they can win a league.its easy said than done.first be an attractive club to very talented players then you can dream big.but as long as you struggle to pay players,then forget about winning the league.KCM has to up its sponsorship to the club for it to do well!!



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