After failing to beat Red Lions at home, Moyale Barracks football team is winding up their first round of the Tnm super league against Rumphi United in an away fixture on Sunday.
According to Assistant Team manager Victor Phiri geared to end the half of the league in style and Smile.
“We are not safe as you can see where we are on log table, so playing Rumphi will be another tough assignment as our colleagues too want to run away from chopping, we told our boys the importance of the game and if we manage to bag three points that will be vital as we go for a two weeks break,”
Phiri added that the coming of Veterans Gasten Simkonda in the squad is another motivation to the team.
“After sometime we welcome back Gasten Simkonda in the squad and it’s another motivation to our squad especially the upcoming,” said Phiri.
The Kaning’ina based soldiers will be without head coach Prichard Mwansa who is attending Caf B coaching course at Chiwembe Mpira Village in Blantyre.
Speaking ahead of the fixture Rumphi united coach Elias Chirambo, said his expecting nothing but to win the game.
“We are playing at home and we don’t have anything to worry we will fight to win the game,” Chirambo said.
Moyale is on position 12 with 14 points, while Rumphi still bottom of the table with 9 points from 14 games played.