Napsa stars needs rest-Coach

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Napsa Stars Coach Mohamed Fathi says his charges needs time to rest following their latest defeat to Kabwe Warriors on Wednesday.
Struggling Napsa lost 1-2 to Warriors at Woodlands Staduim in a Super Division rescheduled Week Eight.
Prior to Wednesday’s defeat the Pensioners drew 2-all win Forest Rangers and 1-all with Indeni.
Napsa are placed 16 the with 13 points and are without a win in their last five matches.
Fathi said in an interview after the match that his charges are not used to playing matches every after four days hence enduring a bad patch.
He said a one-week break will do his charges a favor since they are representing Zambia in the CAF Confederation Cup.
“The players are not used to this kind of fixtures. We have seen some teams ask for rest. My players are tired, they need to rest for one week. I have 10 injured players, tried to use what we have and it hit us back. Our mother body if they can listen to our appeal, these players are tired,” he said.
Fathi said his side needs three wins to move away from the jaws of the relegation.
“This is not how the club was performing so we need a solution. We need just two or three wins to move out of the relegation zone,” he said.
And Warriors coach Levy ‘Chabby’ Chabala said his team deserved to beat Napsa after coming from behind.
“It was a well deserved win coming from behind, it was not easy. This is the best results so far this year,” he said.
Chabala said victory over Warriors is a sign that the team is improving.
He said warriors will strive to work hard so that they can finish in the top four.

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