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Saturday, July 11, 2020

Blackpool will catch up- Mumba

Sports Blackpool will catch up- Mumba

Mufulira Blackpool coach Weston Mumba says his promoted FAZ Super Division side will recover from their slow start to the 2016 campaign.

Win-less Blackpool are second from the bottom of the 18-team league table with two points from four matches played.

The Kamuchanga outfit launched the Super Division season with two straight losses before recovering with two draws in their last fixtures.

“The draws we have recorded in the last two matches are a turning point for us.The league is still on this is just week five, we will still catch up,” Mumba said.

Blackpool have so far scored only one goal – that came in the 3-1 thumping they suffered at the hands of Nkana on April 2.

“I have been telling my boys that there is no big team in the Super League they can still do it. I have upcoming guys with potential and have a bright future,” he said.

Blackpool are competing in the Super Division for the first time since 1999.

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