Moyale Barracks Football team is targets to collect three points as the Lions’ of Kaning’ina to play Blue Eagles at Nankhaka on Saturday afternoon as the battle in the tnm Super League continues.
According to Prichard Mwansa coach for Moyale said they know that it will be a tough game but they will fight until the last whistle.
“We are in Lilongwe for three points, and we shall fight until the last whistle. We are not in a good position but I believe that with the performance that we saw against Tigers last week, it will be much better for us to collect three points,”
“Yes we lost in Mzuzu, they scored in the late minutes but this is another game and we are not fearing anything. We know that they gonna do anything at their home but we are more than ready to block them from doing that and we want positive results,” added Mwansa.
Moyale have beefed up their squad with some legends these includes, Boy Boy Chima, Chrispine Fukizi and the 2014 golden boot winner, Gasten Simkonda.
In a separate interview Blue Eagles who are coming from a one nill victory over Karonga United, assistant coach, Christopher Sibale anticipates a tough game.
He said, “It will be a difficult game but as Blue Eagles, we are ready for the game. We are at home and we will do everything to get the results. We don’t need to lose points as we are trying to catch up with the league leaders.”
Sibale said his players are showing the willingness to play and it’s encouraging.
“The morale is high, and also the addition of new players has ignited the competition in our team,” he added.
Sibale added that Blue Eagles’ new players in the name of Christopher Gototo and Richard Rabson are expected to make their debut for the club on Saturday.
Blue Eagles sit second on the table with 33 points from 16 games and they are 9 points adrift the League leaders, Nyasa Big Bullets who play their 17th game away from home against Rumphi United on Sunday.
Moyale are on position 8 with 20 points from 16 games.
Blue Eagles beat Moyale Barracks in the first round at Mzuzu Stadium by a goal to nill courtesy of Chikondi Mvula’s late strike.