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AFTER being rocked by some instability in recent weeks, Karoi United coach Luckson Phiri says everything is back to normal with everyone back in camp and ready up for their upcoming assignments.There were some disturbances at the club recently as some players boycotted training as they felt their welfare was not being taken care of.

However, Phiri said the executive had addressed the problems and everything was back to normal and things were beginning to take shape.

“I think the house is now in order and everything is back to normal so our major aim is to just to start getting points,” said Phiri. Just like any other club we can have problems here and there but the executive looked into the problem and the welfare of the players.

“So it is up to the players and us, the technical team, to get the points.”

The Karoi United coach said the season was still in its infancy and they have good chances of fighting for promotion despite a bad start to the campaign.

“We have been very unfortunate because of circumstances, we have lost some of our matches but just marginally and I think luck was not on our side,” said Phiri.

“Just like any other team our hope is to get into the Premier League, that’s our aim.’

Club’s chairman, Kenson Kumponda, said despite their poor start, their hopes remained high.

“Our expectations are high and we have prepared very well,” said Kumponda.

Source : The Herald

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