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Dwangwa United happy with away point

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Dwangwa United Coach Macdonald Mtetemera was delighted after his side held Moyale Barracks to a barren draw on Sunday at Mzuzu Stadium.

The away point enhanced Dwangwa’s bid for survival in the TNM Super League.

“Of course, we have failed to collect maximum points. I must admit that we had some hiccups. The problem is that Moyale were playing aerial balls – the type of football we are not used to and we had difficulties to contain them,” he said.

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“I know people are now talking about us remaining in the league. And our aim is just the same. I am glad that we are out of relegation zone.”

During the game, both sides had scoring chances, but it was the home side that was more wasteful, especially through Gastin Simkonda and Wiseman Kamanga.

On the other side, Jack Chiona almost scored for Dwangwa in the 55th minute and in the dying minutes, but Moyale goalkeeper, Simeon Harawa, saved the situation.

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It was Moyale’s first point in four games after back-to-back defeats to title challengers, Kamuzu Barracks and Blue Eagles, in recent weeks.

The last time Moyale collected maximum points was some weeks ago at the expense of Maxi Bullets, who failed to turn up for the match after announcing their disbandment.

Moyale Coach Collins Nkuna conceded that his side lacks a killer-punch.

“The league has reached a very critical stage. Teams are playing with different ambitions, and that is why it is becoming difficult to score. Of course, we are out of the title race but we will try as much as possible to finish either fifth or sixth,” Nkuna explained.

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