Lazarous Kambole says our current circumstance
"requires us to be strong" as he praised the support, he was
receiving from Kaizer Chiefs.
The 26-year-old Zambian attacker, who joined the club from
Zesco this season, admits it has been tough trying to keep fit in lockdown
while reminding fans to keep safe as South Africa continues to battle the
Speaking to the club's official website, he said: "I am
doing well under the circumstances we find ourselves in. I believe with God’s
grace that we will get through this situation.
"It is a painful experience, and it will require us to
be strong, united and cooperative for us to get back to normality."
Kambole added: "It remains difficult but with the kind
of support that we receive from the club, I am confident that together we will
survive this difficult time. Remember football is our career, now we can't play
matches which is causing us anxiety."
The striker explained that he misses his home but is looking
forward to playing again - when the Premier Soccer League gets the go-ahead to
"I wish I was home to battle this situation with my
family. At the same time, I’m grateful to still have a job and being able to
provide for my family. Thanks to the club, he said.
"I hope everyone is safe and adhering strictly to the
regulations. We want to return to action and continue with life as it were. If
we stay safe.
"We will be back to enjoy the stadium vibe, meeting and
greeting at the roadshows and other public places."
- TEAMtalk media