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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Robin Siame Enjoying Life at GBFC

Sports Feature Sports Robin Siame Enjoying Life at GBFC

Green Buffaloes winger Robin Siame is enjoying life at the Zambia Army club.

Siame joined Buffaloes from Kitwe United at the start of the 2019/20 FAZ Super Division campaign.

In an interview with LT Sports, Siame has talked about game time and his reception at Buffaloes.

“Everything is ok here. I was received well by the guys. I thank the boys for the warm reception,” Siame said.

“You know if you are not welcomed well at any club it’s tough to play especially us forwards. And the supporters have received me well,” he said.

Siame’s impressive form before coronavirus halted the league saw Chipolopolo coach Micho invite the forward for pre-African Nations Championship (CHAN) camp in Lusaka.

On game time at Buffaloes, Siame said:” The coach has been giving me a chance to play. I was tried in different positions. I can simply say that I am happy with the game time.”

Siame has in the past featured for Indeni.

“I am happy people are saying good things about me. I just need support from the supporters.”


  1. Yes Siame what is required is individual discipline and to remain focused. Many sports men and women have wrecked their careers because of pride and being big headed. Refrain from evil vices like bear drinking and women. With commitment young man soon you will see outside urgent s knocking at your door. To GBFC as a whole commendation should be given to the coaching team. The team you are building now is on the right path and continue identifying new talent in a few areas of deficiency. There is need to find a match maker and prolific striker to inspire the rest of the players to aim high. One other observation at GBFC the rate of injuries is quite high, but all the best

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