Napsa Stars coach Peter “Abaleya” Kaumba has declared himself a history maker following his side’s Barclays Cup triumph on Saturday.
Kaumba’s Napsa won the 2012 Barclays Cup beating Power Dynamos 4-2 on penalties after a thrilling 4-4 draw in 120 minutes at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.
In a post-match interview, the Arthur Davies great said he makes history wherever he goes.
Kaumba last won a major trophy as a coach in 2004 guiding Kitwe United to winning the defunct BP Top Eight in Lusaka.
“I am a history maker. I make history wherever I go,” Kaumba said.
He hailed his team for its resilience in the eight goal thriller final in Ndola.
“I wish to congratulate them (players). It will boost the morale of the players.
“It’s a very big achievement and it’s a CV for me,” he added.
On their way to pocketing K 200 million as Barclays Cup winners, Napsa eliminated three-time cup winners Zesco United and Red Arrows at the semi-final and quarter-final stages respectively.