Chintu Kampamba finally gets Kabwe Warriors top job
Former Chipolopolo international Chintu Kampamba has been appointed as head coach of Kabwe Warriors Football Club on a one year performance contract.
Kampamba has been a long term assistant at his childhood club and recently took over as acting head coach after the club fired Mohamed Fathy.
Kabwewarriorsfc report that they have interviewed interested candidates over the past few weeks with national team assistant coach Kampamba emerging as the preferred candidate.
“Kabwe Warriors have over the past few weeks Interviewed interested candidates for the position of Head Coach,” a statement on their website read.
“Chintu Kampamba was among the interviewed candidates and has been given the task of drilling Kabwe Warriors next season after impressing in his spell as interim coach.”
Warriors finished 6th on the log of the just ended FAZ Super League season on 50 points following their 3-2 victory over Nchanga Rangers.
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