Mweene keen to learn from Mangani
Zambia U23 national team goalkeeper Bradley Mweene says he is keen to work and learn from first choice Mangani Banda.
Mweene who is based in South Africa and turns up for second-tier GladAfrica Championship (NFD) side Real Kings is among the nine foreign-based Zambia U23 national team players summoned for the back to back clashes with Congo Brazzaville.
Mweene has just joined Real Kings signing a two-year deal from Lusaka Youth a move he believes has come at the right time. He spent the last year at University of Pretoria on loan from Lusaka Youth
“It feels good and I guess it has come at the right time when I have been called to the U23 national team. Am looking forward to the privilege I have to play with the likes of Mangani Banda and really looking forward to learning a lot of things from him,” he told the ZamFoot Crew.
Zambia will play the first leg at home on September 4th at Heroes Stadium while the return leg will be in Pointe Noire on September 8. The tickets for the September 4 tie are already on sale via Computicket in all Shoprite outlets with VIP pegged at K250, WEST at K100 while the rest of the Stadium is going at K20.
The winner over two legs will qualify to the 2019 AFCON that will be hosted by Egypt in November. The top three teams at the tournament will qualify to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
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