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We are winning the league – PDFC

Power Dynamos Football Club (PDFC) says it is confident that it will win the 2022/2023 FAZ MTN Super League title.

In an interview with Lusaka Star, club CEO Kebson Chaloba expressed his contentment with the squad, saying the club has competitive players who are able to deliver a good game.

“With the few games remaining, we are confident in the possibility of us winning the league even if the other teams competing may have equal chances,” he said.

Chaloba added that he will ensure that the good performance of the club will remain consistent in the remaining fixtures.

Meanwhile, Soccer Analyst Kutela Machona said PDFC have an upper hand of scooping the league title because the teams chasing them have not been consistent in winning the games.

“Looking at the way Power Dynamos have performed in the league, they are likely to do better even in the CAF Champions League,” he said.

Machona also urged the club to invest in the team by signing new and experienced players in the goal-keeping and defence departments.

However, Puncherello Chama, another soccer analyst said Power Dynamos lacks the winning instinct because they have drawn many games recently and their journey to winning the league might be affected.

“With the way things are going Power Dynamos can win the league, but the only problem is that they are not very consistent in winning games,” Chama said.

The six times Zambian Super League champions are currently 10 points clear at the top of the table with 59 points, while NAPSA Stars are second with 49 points, Green Buffaloes are third with 48 points and Forest Rangers are fourth with 46 points as of match-week 31.

Power Dynamos are looking for their first league title in 12 years, having won the last one in 2010/2011 season.

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