Coach Chris Kaunda has revealed that Nkwazi’s primary focus in the 2019 transitional FAZ Super Division season is surviving relegation.
Nkwazi at the weekend stunned Power Dynamos 1-0 in Kitwe as they moved to six points after playing three matches in Pool B.
Teams in both Pool A and Pool B will play 18 matches each in the transitional season running from January to June.
“We are a team which dosn’t play for glories, we don’t mind where we end up but what is important is remaining in the Premier,” Kaunda said.
“But if God allows us we can get it (league title),” he added.
And Kaunda is boasting that he knows how to beat Power in the wake of Saturday’s win at Arthur Davies Stadium.
“We know how Power plays. I know Power plays the same football and will never change,” he said.
“One thing I will tell you is that my former player and assistant coach Shex Chipoya played here at Arthur Davies and has told me a lot of things about Power. I owe it to Shex,” Kaunda said.
Nkwazi last season beat Power both home and away.