MUFULIRA Wanderers coach Justine Chinama says his team needs to do more with its striking force as it lacks good finishing.
In an interview at the end of his team’s pre-season training programme in Livingstone, Chinama praised FAZ Division One South new entrants
Maramba Young Stars as a team that plays good football in the tourist capital.
“Our outing has been very successful in that it has given us an understanding of the areas that we need to work on; finishing is one area that we need to do work on, the team is performing very fine from
goal-keeping, but we need to work on finishing,” Chinama said.
He advised his lads to be more focused and disciplined on and off the pitch.
“If we are to achieve our target of getting back into the Premier league, we need our players to be more focused and disciplined both on and off the pitch,” Chinama said.
“As for the teams we played with, I have singled out Maramba Young Stars as a team that is playing good football.”
Wanderers played Livingstone Pirates on Monday with whom they drew one-all.
On Wednesday, Mufulira Wanderers drew with Maramba Young Stars 0-0 and humbled Blue Arrows 3-0 and ended with a game against Zesco Victoria Falls FC on Friday morning whom they beat 1-0.
And Maramba Young Stars FC chairman Bimaile Phiri was elated at his team’s performance against Mufulira Wanderers saying the game played
on Thursday was statistically 50-50.
“Coming from Division II, we performed far better in that Wanderers are from the premier league,” said Phiri.