MAX BULLETS failure to travel to Chitowe Stadium

14915466_796056270496833_1294159104737287869_nMTV Maxi Bullets’ failure to travel to Chitowe Stadium last week for their Super League matches was a blessing in disguise for Dwangwa United but a curse to Civo Service Unitedwho have now dropped into the relegation zone with some few games left to playbefore the season comes to an end.Before the weekend, the servants were placed on 12th position with 20 points from 23 games while Dwangwa United were on 14th position with 19 points from 22 games.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Civo United affected by Maxi’s pull out.Hours later, it was a different scenario as Dwangwa dislodged Civo without even kicking the ballas Max Bullets failed to show up, awarding the Chitowe based side all the three points in the process.With the league now reaching the boiling point, the servants are now in the bottom of the standings with less than five games toplay before wrapping up the season.

 

 

 

 

Max Bullets’ no show last week was a blessing to Chitowe based teams as Mafco FC climbed top of theleague without even kicking the ball, dislodging Silver Strikers with 44 points from 23 games as the race for the championship reaches its boiling point.

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