Zesco United CEO Richard Mulenga says the door will always be open for outgoing striker Lazarus Kambole at the seven-time champions.

Kambole is leaving Zesco after six seasons with the Ndola club to join South African side Kaiser Chiefs on a three-year deal starting on July 1, 2019.

On Saturday, Kambole capped his final competitive home match with Zesco’s last goal in their 4-1 win over Zanaco in the 2019 ABSA Cup final played at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.

“It was a brilliant goal. We just wish him well and we wish him the best of luck where he is going,” Mulenga said.

“He has been of great service to our team and if he ever wants to come back, our door will always be open for him.”

This will be Kambole’s first foreign stint since Zesco plucked him from Konkola Blades in 2014.

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  1. Respect to Humble Kambole.
    This is how discipline pays off, doors get opened and remain open.

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    • Sir, you’ve just confirmed what I always thought about the young man – humble. He looks so on the pitch, but I don’t know about his off-the-pitch behavior

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