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Kambole ready for a new challenge at Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs Latest acquisition Lazarus Kambole is optimistic and ready for the new challenge that lies ahead at his new Club Amakhosi in the South Africa ABSA Premier League.

Kambole who has already started training with his new team in preparation for the 2019/20 football is positive and already looking forward to this new path with the PSL Giants.

“I am a God fearing person. am very humble, I listen and take advice. I don’t Judge people by their Colour, Creed or Character and am open to new ideas,” Kambole told KaizerChiefs.com upon arrival at the Kaizer Chiefs village

Kambole revealed that he has long had an interest in the Soweto based club and has been following the club’s rich history.

“I used to follow Kaizer Chiefs a lot from the type of football they played through online platforms, it’s a big club and my ambition are similar to theirs,” he said.

The Chipolopolo star forward believes this is the right time for him to have made this move. Kambole says he is in South Africa to improve his game and help his team win games.

“Am here to improve my game, win matches with my fellow teammate’s thanks to the people at back home who are happy with my move God’s time is the best and this is the right time,” he Explained.

Kaizer Chiefs will start their 2019/20 Campaign with an away fixture to Highlands Park on the 4th of August 2019. The former Zesco United top man bid farewell to his former club in style after guiding them to their six Cup title scoring a goal and assisting another in the 4-1 bashing of Zanaco.

 






2 Comments to Kambole ready for a new challenge at Chiefs

  1. Kensplash says:

    Humility and hard work surely make someone excel. You have a lot of promise young man. Keep on working hard and the sky will be the limit for you.

  2. Julio says:

    I like your approach Kambole. Humble without promising a gold mountain unlike the other gentleman who when signed for Orlando pirates promised to beat Mbesuma’s record. I call that being grounded. Best wishes out there in Soweto.

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