NAPSA Stars FC head coach Mohamed Fathi has been in Livingstone for a two-weeks pre-season camping with his Napsa Stars FC side.
The Egyptian national describes Livingstone as a good town with a very condusive enviroment saying that it is why the town was picked on as place to hold the team’s two-weeks pre-season.
Napsa Stars FC has so far been involved in two friendly matches against Division One side Blue Arrows FC and Zesco Victoria Falls team.
This was in the coach’s plan to hold such friendly games to help him see which players he feels can be ready to make his first team in the coming season.
Fathi made mention in his interview when the team arrived in Livingstone that the first two weeks of pre-season were to act as a build-up to the rest of weeks which will remain before the league kicks off in August.
The coach is so far impressed with how the boys are shaping up and confirms that the friendly matches being held in Livingstone are giving him and his technical bench an insight of which areas to continue working on when back from the Tourist Capital.
The team plays Livingstone Pirates in another friendly game tomorrow and expected back in Lusaka on Sunday.