TNM Super League leaders Silver Strikers coach Dan Kabwe has brushed off suggestions that his club is losing the plot, having won only one out of four games in the second round so far.
The Central Bankers played out a goalless draw against Kamuzu Barracks, which was their third, including against Red Lions that was abandoned in the dying minutes.
The Zambian tactician also said his side has not slumped in form.
In an interview yesterday, Kabwe said: “What do you mean by slump in form?…We have played three games [and] we have won one, lost one and drawn one, unless my statistics are wrong. The fourth was against Red Lions.
“I know you expect us to win every game, but in football every team comes to compete. We are doing very well and my team is playing good football. So watch the space.”
Silver beat Mafco FC 3-2 three weeks ago, but since then, they have not won any match.
The Central Bankers suffered a shock 1-0 defeat to TN Stars away in Kasungu before the 0-0 draw against Red Lions which ended controversially after the Malawi Defence Force outfit walked out in protest against a penalty which was awarded to Silver in the dying minutes.
But they are still at the pinnacle of the 16-team top-flight with 40 points from 19 matches, a point ahead of second-placed Nyasa Big Bullets, who are breathing down their neck.
At one point, the Area 47-based side were in the comfort zone with a seven-point lead.
The club’s public relations manager David Dauda also said they are not under pressure.
“We are collecting points, we are not concerned with how other teams are doing.
“What we are targeting is that at the end of the season, we should finish at the top,” he said.