Beleaguered Flames captain Joseph Kamwendo scored on his debut on Wednesday with a goal and was voted Man-of-the-Match accolade as Don Bosco beat Lubumbashi Sport 3-0 in DR Congo’s Vodacom Super League.
The match marked Kamwendo’s return to action and re-launching of his bid to reclaim his Flames position after being sidelined due to his inactivity at Mazembe that prompted him to ask for a loan move to Don Bosco.
The former Mighty Wanderers and Orlando Pirates player said: “I am happy brother. I scored a goal and I was also named man of the match.
“I want to take this opportunity to thank those who have been with me in these trying times. Now it’s time to enjoy the game.”
On his seemingly dwindling national team career. Kamwendo said he was ready for a challenge.
“It’s a big challenge, but I am ready for a new lease of life and I can’t ask for more. It’s something that I missed and I am excited,” Kamwendo said.
He added that the passion, he has for football will take him through.
“I still believe in myself that I still have a lot to offer.
“I am glad that I have this chance to continue with my career. I know with the support from my family and Malawians, I will succeed,” he said.