Mighty Be Forward Wanderers veteran midfielder Joseph Kamwendo has given credit to upcoming striker Khumbo Ng’ambi following the lad’s impressive perfomance during the crucial Airtel Top 8 semifinal clash against Silver Strikers on Saturday.
Ng’ambi netted a hat trick in a game which Kamwendo has described as one of the best games ever in his career.
The Nomads came from two goals down to score three goals and book themselves a place in the Airtel top 8 cup.
“It was one of the best games ever in my career but credit should go to Khumbo Ng’ambi. This young boy is very talented and myself with my I football knowledge and experience, I will do everything to support the boy,” said Kamwendo.
He further advised Ng’ambi and other upcoming stars to respect senior players, live exemplary life and stick to advice.
“My advice to Ng’ambi and other upcoming stars is that they should respect senior players and always have a heart to learn. They should also avoid getting engaged in things that can destroy their career like excessive drinking of beer, womanizing and drug abuse,” he said.
Meanwhile, Kamwendo said he is optimistic that Wanderers can win the inaugural Airtel Top 8 Cup as well as the league and the rest of the silverwares this season.
“We have a very good squad and the technical panel is just superb. We are doing everything as one family and together we will achieve more,” he said.
Kamwendo is one of the few best players who have had a flourishing career both on the local and international level.
He has played in many countries including Zimbabwe, South Africa, Denmark and Mozambique.