Mighty Mufulira Wanderers coach Justin Chinama has called for calm heads as prospects of survival brighten.

Mighty beat Nakambala Leopards 3-1 on Sunday to jump out of the relegation zone from 17th to 14th after picking up their third successive league win.

“We are not safe, we need to be winning the games that come our way. The remaining three games are crucial for us,” Chinama said.

“We shouldn’t relax having won these last three matches.

“We have to push the boys so that we collect maximum points in our next three games.”

Mighty are battling to stay up for a third successive season after ending their ten year absence from top flight football in 2015.

The nine-time champions’ battle for survival continues on Wednesday when they visit Nchanga Rangers who replaced them in 17th place.

Mighty and Nchanga have 39 and 37 points respectively.

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  1. How the might have fallen remember when I was young used to go to shinde stadium would wait for half time then be allowed to go in for free and cheer on our team common don’t lose e fight

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    • Me too my brother me too. Most times I would just climb over the wall and Kachawa would chase me but eventually I would lose myself in the crowd.

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  2. The two teams I support go to battle this weekend to fight off relegation. I recall the time Mighty relocated from Shinde to Central Sports to pave way for rehabilitation of the stadium and had to walk from Section 5 where I used to stay during school holidays from Chingola. Mighty then had two teenage brothers, Kalusha and Benjamin. They were mesmerizing and I immediately fell in love with the team despite Nchanga Rangers being my fist love.

    Both teams have fallen and it’s sad.

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  3. Mighty iwina chungulo… That’s my team fo life…whether in on the mountain or in the valley, I will be with Mighty!!!

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  4. And it ended 2-1 in favour of Brave Nchanga Rangers. Fight for relegation survival continues with two games left.

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