Kennedy Mudenda – The Power Dynamos legend
The Disc man, King Kaspa, Kaspa Kenny are popular nicknames for the longest serving Power Dynamos player in Kennedy Mudenda. People talk about the lack of loyalty in modern football, well, this player personifies the lost virtue of loyalty having rejected several offers to join rival clubs and clubs abroad in favor of extensions to his stay at the Arthur Water Davies Stadium.
A poster boy for the club for the best part of the 11 years he has been at the club while being a pivotal figure in the clubs success in the 2009 and 2010 Barclays cups as well as the 2011 league triumph.
Mudenda has been the archetype of a great Power Dynamos winger with blistering pace, tricky feet and a pin point cross. A player who can get on the score sheet even in higher profile games like the Kitwe derby but is far more popular for his creativity from wide positions being much more of a touchline winger who runs in behind to chase a through ball than a dribbler who likes to have the ball played to feet.
Kennedy Mudenda has on occasion been called up for National duty, racking up 17 National team appearances so far.
Now aged 31, with his pace likely to begin to diminish, it’s hugely expected that Mudenda will have a more peripheral role at Power Dynamos in the 2019 transitional Season and the 2019/2020 Zambian Super League Season.
After his massive contribution to the club it is likely that he will soon join the technical bench through the Junior ranks after racking up his coaching badges if coaching is part of his future plans.
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