2017 Cosafa U20: Dropped striker Mwachisemu wishes team well
Dropped Zambia U20 national team striker Paul Mwachisemu says he is disappointed not to have made the team but remained confindent that Zambia has a team to go all the way.
Mwachisemu who graduated from the U17 class of 2016 failed to make the final team despite a good showing in the build-up to the 2017 Cosafa tournament told Zambianfootball.co.zm that he was disappointed not to make the final team but wished his colleagues well.
“I didnt see this (being dropped) coming, I feel I am top of my game and thought we were gelling well with my colleagues in attack having started all the friendly games till now. So yes I am disappointed,” Mwachisemu said.
“I am confident the team will do well in the tournament and emulate the class of 2017. I wish them the best,” added he striker who represented Zambia at U17 level in 2016.
Assistant coach Charles Bwale announced the final squad.
The young Chipolopolo who have been in residential camp in Lusaka will shift camp to the Kitwe this weekend where the tournament will be hosted starting on 6th December.
Prince Mumba (Green Buffaloes), Daniel Sikanyika (Lusaka Dynamos), Jackson Kakunta (Red Arrows Football Club)
Kingsley Hakwiya (Dream Factory Academy) Andrew Phiri (Kafue Celtic), Jonathan Kapelembe (Romeki FC), Victor Kasokola (KOnkola Blades), Ngosa Sunzu (Napsa Stars), Justin Mwanza (Young Nkana)
Prince Mumba (Kabwe Warriors), Clinton Lubula (Kabwata Dynamos), Chanda Mukuka (Gomes FC), Niza Simutenda (Mphande Youth Academy), Benson Kolala (Nchanga Rangers Football Club), Musonda Kalale (Chmbeshi Metals), Muma Mumba (Zamcoal Diggers), Godfrey Chanda (Green Buffaloes)
Lameck Banda (Nkwazi), Martin Njobvu (Nchanga Rangers), Francisco Mwepu (Chambeshi Metals)
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