Ex-Chipolopolo striker Masauso Tembo is delighted to be appointed assistant coach at FAZ Super Division side Forest Rangers.

Forest on Tuesday announced Tembo’s appointment on a two-year deal.

Tembo re-unites with Forest head coach Perry Mutapa whom he worked with at Lusaka Dynamos for three years.

“”This is a big opportunity and challenge. But am happy that Forest trusts me enough to engage me,” Tembo told the Forest media.

“It has been a while since the club last won any silverware and I’d benglad to help it achieve that,” he said.

Tembo further said he was excited to be re-united with Mutapa.

“Perry Mutapa, the head coach, is someone I’ve known and worked with for a long time dating back to our playing days at the national team where we were even room mates.

As coaches we launched our careers together so we work well together and understand each other very well. Reuniting here at Forest is
prayer answered because we have some goals to achieve,” he said.

Owen Kaposa is another assistant serving under Mutapa.

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  1. This boy could have gone places back in the day…back in Kabwata where it all started but damn Zanaco!


  2. All the Best Tembo.U guys rocked wen u played with Perry.
    I hope Perry got the much needed experience from Patrick Phiri who was at the Helm till recently.
    Let’s see wat u guys can do nw.All the best!!


  3. The problem of ZAFFICO sponsors of FOREST dont inverst in players. Football is now serious in zambia dont just have good coaches without a good players and you expect to win medals.



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