Zambia Railways Limited expects its club Kabwe Warriors put up an improved performance in the second phase of this season’s FAZ Super Division campaign.

Promoted Warriors are sixth on the table with 26 points from 17 games played.

Zambia Railways Chief Executive Officer Christopher Musonda has acknowledged that Warriors endured a tough start to the season.

“It’s good that Kabwe Warriors have come back in the Super League. We had a rough start but now I think we have matured,” Musonda said.

Warriors have so far posted seven wins, five draws and five losses.

“Moving forward, we should be able to see more wins and see ourselves on top of the league,” he added.

Warriors launches the second round campaign with a Week 18 match against Zanaco away in Lusaka on July 16.

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  1. Yes few bana ba the sitima workers we need warrior kanga to be back where to belongs…


  2. Back it up Chris, back it up…

    I remember a time, in the not too distant past, when Warriors were only second to, I think, Zanaco in terms of incentives to players.

    Nowadays, FAZ is talking about football clubs running as businesses… I am not too sure how this will sit with traditional sponsors like ZRL who seem to take these clubs as trophy girlfriends…

    FAZ needs to give a business model to the clubs.



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