Ntopwa FC Coach, Trevor Kajawa, is optimistic that his charges can defy the odds and remain in the TNM Super League beyond this season.
“I know that we are being underrated but I have a feeling that this squad will not get relegated this season. We have a pool of talented players who are determined and willing to fight tooth and nail to get a good result,” he said.
Kajawa s a id he was particularly impressed with the resilient character which the side showed when coming twice from behind to stun Mighty Tigers 3-2 in a Super League match on Sunday at Kamuzu Stadium.
“If we maintain that fighting spirit then we stand a good chance of staying in the league. It will not be easy but tough. However, we will be fighting hard to get a good result in all games,” he said.
This weekend, Ntopwa face another test when clashing with leaders Be Forward Wanderers at Kamuzu Stadium.
“We have just started our preparations but we will prepare to give them a good run,” he said.
Kajawa has collected four points in three games.
Meanwhile, Ntopwa owner and Technical Director, Isaac ‘Jomo’ Osman, said Kajawa’s training methods had injected a new lease of life into the squad.
“He is making every player to feel that he is an important member of the squad. I also excited with his drills,” he said.