Mighty Be Forward Wanderers veteran stopper who also doubles as goalkeeper trainer Vales Kamzere says he is ready to bounce back and help the national team if considered by the Flames Technical Panel.
Kamzere has been outstanding and produced five star perfomance since he was forced to retire from retirement following a goalkeeper crisis-due to injuries at Wanderers.
He just proved his superiority recently after he kept a clean record throughout the inagural FISD Challenge Cup campaign which the Nomads won after beating Kamuzu Barracks 4-3 in post-match penalties following a 0-0 draw in regulation time.
Kamzere was the heroe after saving two penalties during shoot-out plus fantastic saves during the regular time.
Speaking in an interview with a local news paper last weekend, Kamzere said he is more than ready to man the goal post at national level again.
“I will be 100% ready. However, that will depend on the consideration by the national team technical panel,” Kamzere was quoted as saying.
Kamzere’s heroic saves against K.B was a repeat of a 2009 inagural Presidential Cup final against now disbanded Escom United when he saved three penalties.
The Nomads legend retired in 2011 after a 15 year spell.
But he insist he has always considered himself a goalkeeper and that he retired just to pave way for new blood.
“I have always considered myself as a goalkeeper even after my retirement. My exit from active soccer that time was merely to give up and coming goal minders a chance to display their skills inspite of that, experience is the best teacher,” said Kamzere.
The goalkeeper who turned 40 on 5th December 2016 has received alot of praises and recommendations from the football fraternity to be returned as Flames number one stopper.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :