By Edwin Mbewe
LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Coach for the cops from Area 30 Nankhaka, Eliah Kananji has warned his arsenal against complacency ahead of the tricky battle over farmers of Sable in Blantyre at Mpira Stadium.
The cops commander told his troops to approach each battle with caution and avoidance of complacency for the record the team (Blue Eagles FC) has so far set of not losing in seven games.
Currently the Eagles are on the summit with 19 points after coming from defeating Silver Strikers FC 1-0 at home in a Lilongwe Derby.
He said this should only act as a motivation factor and morale booster to the boys hence warned them not to relax against the Rookies Sable as anything can happen in a game of football.
“We are ready to go, the preparations have gone on very well, looking forward to start from where we stopped against Silver Strikers and continue soaring high in the Blue sky.
“Sable is a good side they play passing game, there are players who have been in the league for number of years hence let me warn my charges not to relax. At the end of the regulation time we will be hoping to collect all the points to continue shining in the league”, Kananji said.
His counterpart, Joseph Malizani, Sable Farming coach described the Saturday’s game as tough but said they are upbeat of getting maximum points.
Malizani added his boys should forget about the defeat they faced against Mighty Wanderers and focus on Saturday’s game. Sable Farming are currently on position 14 with 5 points from 5 games they have played so far.
Going into Saturday’s game Joseph Malizani will depend on Christopher Mikuwa on goals while in the midfield may feature veteran George Nyirenda, Simeon Singa, Franklin Mlimanjira while in front he may trust the services of Christopher Gototo.
Blue Eagles FC’s Kananji may probably starts with Brighton Munthali as goal minder after impressing in seven matches, conceding two goals.
In defence McDonald Lameck, Ian Chinyama, Jacob Robert and Onesimo Mbendera may be trusted to shield Dente at the goal while in the engine room, he can trust the services of Arthur Moffat, Gilbert Chirwa, Paul Master and Micium Mhone with Captain Schumacher Kuwali and Gaddie Chirwa as strikers.