Kabwe Warriors coach Mohammed Fathy has promised a a stronger and better team when they manage to secure promotion back to the FAZ Super Division.

FAZ Division 1 South promotion favourites Warriors are currently battling to return to the Super Division following their demotion in the 2014 season.

Warriors enjoy an eleven point lead at the summit of the table on 66 points while Lusaka Tigers, who have not played in the Super Division since 2000, are second on 55 points.

Last Sunday, Warriors’ sneak preview of what their suffering fans might expect didn’t go to plan after losing 2-0 to defending champions Zesco United in the 2015 Barclays Cup quarterfinals.

“Of course we came to win the game but in football you cant win all the games I think we are progressing very well coming into the premier league next season during this progression you are gonna see a better Warriors than you have seen,” Fathy said.

“I think next season we will prepare much better. We will beef up the team with two defender defenders, one midfielder and with our strike force.

“But the future looks promising for Kabwe Warriors.

“For me it was not a bad game I know the result was 2-0 but it is not bad for the boys.”

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  1. Imwe ba LT, 66 – 55 = 11 and not 9. So if the points the respective points are presumed correct, then Kabwe Warriors should be leading by 11 points, not your 9 points in the article.

    Common sense baba, common sense!

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    • Critico what you have just demonstrated is not common sense. It is arithmetic. It may be simple arithmetic but it still requires a certain knowledge of the subject, therefore it cant be equated to common sense

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