Amuthitu proud of rampant Magic
Tura Magic beat Nust Babes 12-1 on Saturday to maintain their dominance in the league.
"I must say that we are happy with today's match, even if we would have wanted to score more.
"As a football club, I can say we are close to where we want to be, and the progress is good," Amuthitu said.
The Tura Magic Ladies have set targets to break goalscoring records.
The assistant coach, however, said they are not putting the girls under any pressure to perform.
"We do not want to put too much pressure on the girls because they know what they want to achieve.
"We as a team have been together for a while now, and that's proving to be a good thing for the club," Amuthitu noted.
Work to do
Nust Babes, on the other hand, have been on the receiving end of heavy defeats.
Their coach, TK Katjipi, says he expects the team to get better when they gain experience.
"Many of these players had not played competitive football before they started playing here.
"If you look at the stronger teams, you can tell that there is a huge difference, and we are working on that," Katjipi said.
FNB Women's Super League results on Saturday:
Khomas Nampol trounced Omaheke Queens 15-0, while Beauties FC beat Ongwediva Queens 1-0.