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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Is Lameck Banda heading back to Zesco United?

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Mamelodi Sundowns and Zambia Under-20 attacking midfielder Lameck Banda could return to Zesco United despite reporting back to the South African champions following the expiry of his loan stint with the 2018 FAZ Super Division champions.

Banda has spent the 2018 season on loan at Zesco since Sundowns purchased him from Nkwazi in January.

Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane told The Citizen newspaper of South Africa that he was impressed with what he had seen so far from Banda at training since he reported back to the Tswane club.

“He is our player, we parked him at Zesco. He has played in the Champions League this year and he was in and out of the Zambian team… he is a baby,” Mosimane said.

“He is one for the future, not now. So far so good, he is getting there and he needs time. ”

Meanwhile, Zesco report back for pre-season training on November 5 after a two week break ahead of the 2018/2019 CAF Champions League preliminary round that kicks off on November 27.

1 COMMENT

  1. Size tu Banda … Too short!!
    Zven need players with volume:
    1. no goalkeeper yet
    2. Samunjopa
    3. Salulani
    4. Kabaso
    5. Stopilla
    6. Sinkala
    7. Mulenga Augustine
    8. Mwepu
    9. Mwila
    10. Daka
    11. Kalaba (size, but he is superstar).
    However Sven he is becoming too slow already to man up. There should intensive search for goalie.
    What about Amazulu keeper?

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