Mzuni Football Club Coach, Alex Ngwira, has said he is impressed with his team’s bright start to the TNM Super League.
In view of this good start, Ngwira hopes to finish in the top-eight.
Mzuni have collected four points from their two outings.
The students first drew 0-0 with Blue Eagles in the first week before beating Dwangwa United 2-1 last Sunday.
“So far the future looks bright. If we can collect four points from
two away games then we are on the right track. Our aim this year is to finish in the top-eight. Last year, we nearly finished in the top-six but we failed,” Ngwira said.
Last season, Mzuni started highly only to slip up midway the season and ended up on position nine.
But Ngwira said having blended his team with old and young players, the future looks promising.
Last Sunday, Mzuni displayed a spirited performance to claim three points at Chitowe Stadium against Dwangwa.
From the start, Mzuni looked organised, purposeful and aggressive and confused the hosts until the visitors got the opener through Henry Misinjo in the ninth minute.
Dwangwa replied through Patrick Macheso before the visitors claimed the winning goal in the 77th minute through Steven Madimba.
Dwangwa Coach, Macdonald Mtetemera, was disappointed with the result but promised that his team will bounce back.
“We have noticed areas we need to work on and we promise to do well in the next game,” Mtetemera said.
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