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Alba Iulia
Monday, April 6, 2020

Relief for Kitwe United after victory

Sports Relief for Kitwe United after victory

Kitwe United coach Stephan Mwansa has hailed his team for thumping Kabwe Youth 4-1 in Saturday’s FAZ Super Division match played at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe.

The huge win moved Chingalika two places up to 12th place on the table with 26 points from 21 matches played.

Forward Emmanuel Chabula grabbed a hattrick with captain Moses Lolozi scoring the other goal as Kitwe completed a double over Kabwe Youth.

“Firstly, I congratulate the boys for the job well done. It’s second round and we have collected three points. Scoring four goals is good for goal aggregate and it’s a bonus for us,” Mwansa said.

He said the win will help Kitwe not to be dragged into relegation fight.

“It is very important to win after losing the last match to Green Buffaloes. Our objective is to stay in the Super Division,” Mwansa said.

The Buchi Boys have been the best performers of the four promoted teams so far in the season.

Kitwe have six wins, eight draws and seven defeats.

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