Veteran Green Buffaloes midfielder Buchizya Mfune says he is ready to fight for place in the starting line-up as Zambia face Namibia this Sunday away in Windhoek in a 2016 CHAN first round, first leg qualifier.
Mfune is set to earn his debut Zambia cap after being named in the final 18-member squad by coach George Lwandamina.
Despite a promising career at Kitwe United before going to Green Buffaloes, Mfune was never selected for the national team.
“I have no pressure so far and everything is going on well,” he said.
“There is always competition for places in the national team but I am adapting,” Mfune said.
Meanwhile, Zambia will host Namibia in the final leg on July 4 with the winner over both legs to face victor of the other first round tie between Mozambique and The Seychelles in the final round decider in October for a place at next years finals in Rwanda.
Buchi finally my friend congratulations. I was at Bwacha seconday with you mate, but I was a 2 grades below. Congrats mate again.
Your dad used to cane us alot at Bwacha secondary school. Mr Mfune.
My friend please show some discipline you show to your dad and all shall be well in your career.
Congrats, my young man, first it was Janny Sikazwe, the referee, and now its you in the National team, Big up to Angelina Tembo Primary School and in particular the Teachers’compound. Great stuff.
Zambian football at the moment nothing to write home about. From the headline I thought Buchizya is an up coming young star. The standard has really gone down
its a well deserved opportunity en i still remember charting with you on how you shall one day represent us…da wheel of justice grinds slowly en it has soon arrived. Bravo brother man en God bless
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