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DIVISION One Zone one side National Assembly of Lusaka is sure of bouncing back into the super league because it is currently leading the table with a difference of six points, says Coach Boyd Musole.

Musole told the Sun sport in an interview that a return to the elite league was a forgone conclusion as it was currently leading the lower league table with 57 points in a 16 log team.

He said his team would still remain focussed in the remaining 4 games despite having been pace setters in their league with a difference of 6 points.

He noted that with an imminent return to the super league almost confirmed, his team would beef up its squad by recruiting more experienced players.

He said that the majority of his players in the team were completely new and inexperienced but had adapted very well to playing in such a competitive league.

“We are very ready but definitely when we bounce back in the premiere league we shall need to patch up by including some new experienced players, so that they can beef up the team,

“It won’t be possible if we go into super league with some of these players , we just need to add new blood so that they come and combine with these young players that we have today,’’ he said

Musole however said that he was impressed with his young players despite being completely new to the team.

He has described the last 26 games as being very tough despite being the pace setters in their zone.


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