United States based defender Prosper Chiluya talks just ended USL season
Zambian left back Prosper Chiluya’s season in the United States of America came to a close and he returned home for a break.
The 20 year old went straight to join a local Zambia national team camp as coach Sven Vandenbroek wanted to assess him.
The ZamFoot crew caught up with the Bethlehem Steal FC left back to catch up on how his season in the USL (the second tier of United States of America football ‘Soccer’).
Chiluya described his season as fine and picked the Bethelem’s 2-1 away win at Lucas Oil Stadium against Indy eleven as his best game in the just ended season.
The match is particularly special because it was the game in which he got his first goal and only goal of the season which has been voted goal of the season.
” Well overall my season in the USL was just fine. My best game?, I will have to pick the game against INDY ELEVEN away match,” he told the ZamFoot crew in an exclusive interview.
— Bethlehem Steel FC (@BSteelFC) November 12, 2018
The season was not all rosy as he suffered some really bad defeats but the 4-1 humiliation away loss at the hands of Pittsburgh Riverhounds seems to have hit a nerve, No wonder he picked it as his worst loss.
“My worst game was obviously the loss against Pittsburgh Riverhounds away at the Highmark Stadium while the toughest opponent we faced this season was Cincinnati F.C,” he said.
Chiluya is currently in camp with the National who are preparing for the Cameroon 2019 AFCON qualifier against Mozambique.
The Kafue Celtic product is content with what he has done with he did with his club in the just ended campaign.
” Yes iam very content because i kept on improving in every match i played which is good for a player,” Chiluya told the ZamFoot crew.
Bethlehem Steel finished the season 6th on the log with 50 points from 34 games while Chiluya played in 16 of those and scored one goal.
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