Dwangwa United coach Ladwell Mbetewa has admitted that his side needs beefing up to survive in the TNM Super League next season.
Mbetewa on Sunday said his charges need experienced players at the top level.
“We have identified areas where we need to beef up. We need a quality defender, match-marker and a striker, who can score goals from all angles,” Mbetewa explained.
“We have submitted the list of the type of players we want to management of the team. We will poach players from lower league teams as well as the Super League.”
Since promotion, Dwangwa lost 2-0 to Kasungu Medicals last week before going down 3-1 away to Msundwe United on Sunday.
Mbetewa admitted that his aim is to finish the Chipiku season on a high and boost confidence of the players.
“If we lose more games in the Chipiku league it will be bad for the team, but we are in the Super League to stay,” he said.
Dwangwa returned to the Super League after finishing top of the Chipiku Premier Division with 79 points, 12 of which were earned without kicking the ball after their opponents failed to fulfill fixtures.
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