Blue Eagles Captain, Steve Chagoma, has insisted that the Lilongwe cops are determined to carry on with their winning momentum up to the end of the 2016 TNM Super League season.
Chagoma said the fact that Eagles always start league campaigns impressively, but falter along the way is no reason to doubt their Super League championship credentials this year.
“Whatever happened to us in the past is water under the bridge. We have opened a new chapter and learnt our lessons,” said the former Flames right-back yesterday.
“There was an honest assessment of where we always get things wrong. It was a question of inexperienced players failing to last the distance, but now they have gained experience. The coming in of experienced players, such as Enoh Likoswe and Victor Nyirenda, has boosted us.”
The former Be Forward Wanderers players, Nyirenda and Likoswe, have impressed b y scoring for Eagles. Defender Likoswe has netted twice so far.
Eagles trounced Red Lions 3-0 on Sunday to go six points clear with 15 points from five games.
Eagles, who in the past two back-to-back seasons led for eight opening weeks only to lose their way, have never won the league title, but last laid their hands on Carlsberg Cup.
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