NAPSA Stars coach Perry Mutapa has urged his players to keep their feet on the ground following their 1-0 win against Nkwazi in the MTN Super League week 19 fixture to climb sixth on the long-standing. A Fredrick Mwimanzi 29th-minute lone goal at Edwin Imbeola was enough to hand Perry a win over his elder brother Oswald Mutapa at home. Perry said he was not thinking of challenging for the league title yet but working on stabilising the team in the league having bounced back from Division one. The win was Napsa’s third consecutive victory having beat Red Arrows 3-1 last week at the resumption of the second round. “Not a relief. In football, you don’t go to sleep. We…...

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