Big Bullets captain Fischer Kondowe has warned his teammates against complacency and said they should “stay focused” as they close in on their TNM Super League title.
Bullets defeated Azam Tigers 2-0 on Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium to move to 56 points and 6 points clear of title contendor Moyale Barracks.
A victory against Moyale barracks in their next assignment at the Kamuzu Stadium will be enough for Bullets to claim the trophy back from Silver Strikers.
“We need to stay focused,” Kondowe told Nyasa Times. “It feels like we just have to do everything right again and then hopefully we’ll be able to enjoy a good day in our game against Moyale . But the job is still there to be done.
“I expect a similar kind of game against Moyale Anything is possible, the main thing you have to carry with you in football is belief that anything can happen. We did that and now we’ve put ourselves in a position again where it’s in our own hands.
“I’m sure Bullets players and fans will hope, so therefore we just need to be careful and do our job.”
Bullets coach, Elijah Kananji warned his players not to get carried away stressing the battle is still on.
“Let is cross the bridge first but now we are still in the battle. We will take all our remaining fixtures seriously otherwise we are not champions yet,” said Kananji.