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Kitwe Utd confident of survival

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Struggling FAZ Super Division side Kitwe United believe recording their first win of the season against Nkana in midweek games will give them hope to survive relegation.
Chingalika you on Wednesday came from a goal down to beat Nkana 2-1 in lunchtime match at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe.
Kitwe acting coach Kassie Kalande said the Buchi Boys planned well for Nkana.
“We made the plan for this game. It was not an easy plan because we have not been winning games especially that Nkana scored first so the boys felt as if the tradition of losing has come. My plan was correct and I had a lot of depths in the team which I introduced in the second half and they changed the game,” Kalande said.
 “We have been working on the problem of failing to score most of the times. All our training session we have been concentrating on the finishing and it has worked out because all the goals came like we have been training.”
Bottom placed Kitwe have 11 points from 23 matches played.
“Of course the win gives hope. If we can win all the remaining matches we can survive so it is just a matter of preparing the boys,” he said.

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