8 teams storm Futsal League quarter finals
Written by Millennium on April 6, 2019
EIGHT teams have qualified for the quarter finals stage set for this Saturday at Automotive Futsal Arena, says Wildcat Premier Futsal League PFL chairman Tarak Mehta.
Mehta said he was impressed with the competition exhibited by the 14-teams in the Premier Futsal league.
Speaking in an interview, Mehta encouraged all clubs which failed to reach the last eight to prepare adequately for the 2019/2020 PFL season expected to resume in September.
“It has been an exciting round so far. Congratulations to the teams that have reached the quarter final stage. The league has been very competitive and as the organising committee we are very impressed with the progress made,
“We just urge the clubs which failed to reach the play off stage to improve so that they can be able to impress the sponsors who have committed to help develop the standards of Futsal in Zambia, “ Mehta said.
Mehta, who is also Automotive FC chairman, urged his team not to underrate their next opponents in the quarter final stage after finishing the first and second rounds unbeaten.
Automotive FC who qualified to the quarter final stage unbeaten with 76-points will date Chiparamba FC who finished eighth with 34-points, in the first quarter final fixture.
The winner of the first quarter finals match will take on Alliance FC or Vector Academy who will clash in the second quarter final game.
Runners-up Indy Bullets who finished the first and second round with 70-points, will play CSS Futsal Club while third placed K-Like date Castles Five with the winner set to face Bullets or CSS in the semi-finals.