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“Chingalika” Kitwe United cannot afford to relax- Koffi

Sports "Chingalika" Kitwe United cannot afford to relax- Koffi

Kitwe United coach Enerst Kofi has acknowledged that the Buchi Boys needs to be at their best in order remain top of the FAZ Division One Zone Two table.

Kitwe on Sunday bounced back to the top of the table after thumping Mansa side ZNS Lwamfumu 2-0 at Garden Park Stadium in Kitwe.

Chingalika are a point above second placed Konkola Blades who relinquished the top spot after a 2-2 draw at Copperbelt Buffaloes in Ndola.

In an interview, Kofi rated the Division One Zone Two league as very competitive.

“We have achieved our mission of going back to the top now we need to work hard to consolidate our position. We have about 12 games more to go,” the Ghanaian trainer said.

“This league has always been competitive because most of the teams have tested Premier League before. Teams that have played Premier League before they always want to go back to,” Kofi said.

Kitwe are seeking a return to the top-flight after a ten-year absence.

“Our ultimate aim is going back to the Premier League. We need to win more games,” he said.

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