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Alfred Chirwa back from injury raring to go

Central Province based Zambia Super League side, Kabwe Warriors defender Alfred Chirwa has completed his come back from a long term injury.

Chirwa played for the first time in a long time on Saturday as he turned out for Kabwe Warriors in a friendly match against City of Lusaka.

Chirwa says he is happy to return to action after being out for two and a half years. He told the ZamFoot Crew in an exclusive interview that life was hard during the time he was out of action as he even lost friends.

“I am happy to back, being able to train, during the injury period things were tough, when you are not working and many football friends run away, I just don’t know how you can explain but injuries are bad,” he said.

Chirwa has been absent since the 2018 season after picking up a knee injury in a game against Mufulira Wanderers, after a nasty collision. The right-back thanked the magnificent people’s team for being there for him during his long injury spell.

“I’m happy with the way kabwe warriors treated me I have no problem with them they kept me as their child, I can’t complain they are my family,” he said.

Chirwa hopes to pick up from where he left off before the injury and wants to have a successful season with kabwe warriors.

Chirwa underwent a successful operation on his knee in New Delhi, India in January. Chirwa had a full reconstruction of the ACL and partial medial meniscectomy.

According to an MRI report, Chirwa had a complete tear of the anterior cruciate ligament, a partial tear of the posterior cruciate ligament, a complete tear of the medial collateral ligament, and broke both the medial and lateral menisci


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3 Comments to Alfred Chirwa back from injury raring to go

  1. Chiko says:

    This player has to get rid off all so called friends. If he is wise he must be careful with how he gets friends. A true friend is the one that sticks with you in hard times. The KANDILES must be kept at arms length.

  2. Chiluba kaoma says:

    I agree with yoy

  3. GSK11 says:

    My sympathies are with AC.
    Must have been heart-breaking for the player to be out for such a long time. Also reading about young Charly Musonda jnr’s similar injury was difficult.
    Best wishes to AC – physically and mentally you are now stronger .

    K warriors management deserve a lot of praise for their handling of such a terrible injury

    Thanks Zamfoot for this story.

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