πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡² We need to up our game- Numba
πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡² We need to up our game- Numba
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πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡² We need to up our game- Numba

Sensational Zanaco head coach has urged his players to up their game in order to catch up with the teams in the top four brackets.

The Bankers are currently 14th on the log with only 12 points to their name. Despite having three games in hand they are 12 points adrift of Nkana in fourth place.

“We just have to up our game for us to start catching up with our Competitors in the Top four especially as we go into the next game we need to do everything possible so that we collect maximum points," he said.

On Saturday the Bankers played to a 1-1 draw against Lumwana Radiants just three days after suffering a 3-0 humiliation at the hands of Power dynamos. Head coach Numba Mumamba expressed happiness with the improvement he saw from his players who showed a lot of character to come back from a goal down.

“Much improvement in today’s game the team has Shown good character in this game and that is what we expect from a team like us and we did what we could though out striking force didn’t do much in this game after the introduction of okutu we looked much better its unfortunate that we couldn’t get a winning goal but the attitude from the team was excellent,” he said.

“We conceded that goal due to poor marking that is what happened because if Taonga had positioned himself properly we would have Disturbed the goal scorer but those things happen in Football we can not cry over it especially when we are defending because that is how we Conceded a goal,” he added.

The host opened the scoreline in the 15th minute through a Chaniza Zulu strike but the visitors restored parity 3 minutes later through Chitiya Mususu with a header off a cross from Guily Manziba.

 

 

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