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Legend Willie Mukwasa tips Mufura Wanderers

Sports Legend Willie Mukwasa tips Mufura Wanderers

Mufulira Wanderers legend Willie Mukwasa has declared that his old club has come back to the FAZ Super League to stay.

Wanderers have bounced back to top flight league after spending nine years in Division One North.

Mukwasa, a retired striker, believes Mighty will never be relegated again.

The Shinde Legend said he was confident that Manfred Chabinga’s sidewould excel in the 2015 season.

“I do not think we will ever go to Division One. We have come back in the Super League to stay,” he said in Kitwe.
“Mighty’s promotion has excited many people you will see when the season starts,” Mukwasa added.

He is happy with the team Wanderers are assembling in readiness for the new Super League campaign.

“I know the team will perform well. The boys must just work hard,” Mukwasa said.

Mukwasa graced Shinde Stadium as a striker in the 1980s and early 1990s.

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  1. The Kwacha is slowly going to K7000 (Zambian Kwacha or K7 PF money) per one USA Dollar.

    At Zambia National Commercial Bank (ZANACO), One USA dollar now costs K6.8566. One British Pound is going at K10.5232 as Tuesday 17, 2015.

    Just last Friday; one USA Dollar was fetching K6.7259. One British Pound was last Friday fetching K10.2419 from ZANACO.,,,

  2. “Wearing jersey number 14 and completing the line-up for Mighty Mufulira Wanderers…..Willie Mukwasa!,” the voice of the late soccer commentary legend Dennis Liwewe would blare on radio in those days when Wanderers were playing. Its nice to learn that the Mighty Mufulira Wanderers legend is still alive.

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