Napsa Stars head coach Muhammad Fathi says his team is playing for business and win their games and not to entertain the fans.
The Egyptian born gaffer was speaking after his side labored to a 2-1 win over Lumwana Radiants yesterday at Woodlands Stadium on Saturday.
“We are playing for Business and that is to win the games we are not playing to entertain the supporters, so our target is to win the games either we play good or bad football because the most important thing is what is the result after the final whistle that is what we are concerned about,” he said.
"Lumwana is a good side and so it was not easy but I think we missed a lot of Chances, so far so good we have to maintain winning at home and pick three points to maintain our position on the Log, we have won 2-1 and it’s good,” he added.
The pensioners travel to Kitwe to face Power Dynamos on Saturday and Fathi is confident they can pick up a positive result.
“We are okay and we will improve every day so we will just prepare for the next game against power Dynamos just like any other team they are no difference between Power and another team I know they have a lot of supporters and the game is away in Kitwe but we still have confidence as a team we can have positive results because we managed to beat them and in the past one year the results have gone in favor of Napsa,” he said.
Napsa Stars have picked up 31 points from a possible 42 and currently sit in second place on the log with only goal difference separating them and log leaders Zesco United.