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Alba Iulia
Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Kitwe United eye top 10 finish after successful promotion season

Sports Kitwe United eye top 10 finish after successful promotion season

Kitwe United are seeking at least a top ten finish in the 2018 FAZ Super Division campaign.

With six matches left in the season, The Buchi Boys are 12th on the table with 41 points from 32 matches played.

Coach Stephen Mwansa said Chingalika have been a better team in the second round.

“We have improved much in the second round,” Mwansa said.

Kitwe remains the best side of the four promoted to the Super Division this season.

“Our aim is to finish in the top eight or top ten,” he said.

After holding Nkana to a goalless draw last Sunday, Kitwe are now preparing to face Zesco United away in Ndola at the weekend.

Kitwe have returned to the top league this season after spending a decade in Division One.

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