Cape Town - Amazulu
striker Bornwell Mwape has joined up with the Zambian national team, ahead of
their frindly internationa with Rwanda on Sunday.
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The match will take place at the National Heroes Stadium in
Of the five foreign-based players called up, Mwape was the
first to arrive for the camp, and coach Honour Janza says he is looking
foerward to seeing what the Usuthu mnarksman can do.
"We have also called Bornwell, for a long time we have
not seen him so we want to give a platform and see how he can fit in,"
Mwape has not been included in the Chipolopolo setup since December
2013, when he was part of the Cecafa Cup side that finished third in the
tournament held in Kenya.
Amongst those still to arrive for the camp are TP Mazembe
trio defender Kabaso Chanda, midfielder Given Singuluma and Zambia skipper
Rainford Kalaba, as well as left-back Aaron Katebe of FC Platinum in Zimbabwe.
"By Wednesday we should have a full squad the TP
Mazembe will make the concluding number of late arrivals , the Under-23
player’s will be joining us Tuesday afternoon," Janza added.
Danny Munyao (Red Arrows), Jacob Banda (Zesco United), Toaster Nsabata (Nchanga
Christopher Munthali, Billy Mutale (Both Power Dynamos), Aaron Katebe (FC
Platinum, Zimbabwe), Bronson Chama (Red Arrows), Donashano Malama (Nkana), Boyd
Mkandawire (Napsa Stars), Kabaso Chongo (TP Mazembe, DR Congo)
Roderick Kabwe (Zanaco),Rainford Kalaba, Given Singuluma (Both TP Mazembe, DR
Congo), Bruce Musakanya, Shadreck Malambo (Both Red Arrows),Kondwani Mtonga,
Justin Zulu (Zesco United), Spencer Sautu (Green Eagles), Allan Mukuka (Nkana),
Nsofwa Mwansa (Kabwe Warriors),Larry Bwalya (Power Dynamos)
Winston Kalengo, Jackson Mwanza (Both Zesco United), Alex Ngonga (Power
Dynamos), Patrick Ngoma (Red Arrows), Bornwell Mwape (Amazulu, South Africa).