Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy (KYSA) head coach Frank Miti believes lack of concentration cost his side the match against Napsa Stars on Saturday.
Miti described the two goals conceded in the second half as 'silly' goals. He went on to urge his team to work hard and improve so as to improve the current situation.
"We allowed an early goal but we came back into the game and created chances though we missed good chances," he said.
"Its lack of concentration, They lost concentration in the second half and that's why we allowed those two silly goals. Going forward we need to work hard and improve because we are not happy with how we performing," he added.
KYSA has now lost three straight games but Miti is confident they can still survive relegation because they will reinforce their squad during the January transfer window.
" Yes am confident because we have a transfer window coming soon. We need to reinforce the defense, Allowing three goals is not good."
KYSA remains bottom of the log with only five points to their name after ten games.