Coastal keen to shrug off relegation demon

COASTAL Union shot stopper, Justine Ndikumana said he sees a bright future in his team and promised to use every weapon in hand to heighten the team’s status.

Coastal Union, the Tanga-based Premier League giants are among the teams that are trying to overcome relegation threat.

They are placed 11th with 30 points. They have won seven, drawn nine and lost eleven. They have netted twenty three and conceded thirty goals.

Ndikumana said he will cooperate with his fellow players to ensure they achieve their desired goal of staying in the Premier League.

The Burundian custodian said  the four matches remaining have given them a lot of worries, as they are meeting teams that are competing for various places.

Ndikumana, who also served Bandari, Sofapaka FC and Vital O, said they will confront Azam on May 24th at CCM Mkwakwani in Tanga.

He said  Azam is among the teams eyeing the ‘Top Three’ position against Singida Big Stars, something that will make it a difficult game, while they are fighting to stay in the Premier League.

He added they will confront Simba  on May 28th at the Benjamin Mkapa stadium in Dar-es-salaam after playing Azam.

He said the match will also be difficult because Simba are competing for Premier League championship.

Since he joined the team, he has played six matches, three cleansheet; against  Kagera Sugar in a barren draw, they won  1-0 against Geita Gold before beating Tanzania Prisons 1-0.   He also played in a1-1draw with Dodoma Jiji and later beat Mbeya City 1-0.

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