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Kambole Delighted To End Goal Drought: See What He Said

Without any the harmed Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro, Kambole was managed the cost of a spot in Kaizer Chiefs' matchday crew for Saturday's match against Kaizer Chiefs and took his risk with a late objective in the 4-0 defeat over the Chili Boys. 

The 27-year-old's work, which came only five minutes following first experience with the game, was his first association objective for the club since 23 August last year, when he got in a 1-1 draw against Stellenbosch FC. 

Considering his presentation, the Zambian couldn't conceal his enjoyment at breaking his objective dry season and swore to maintain buckling down in control to benefit as much as possible from any chances which might introduce themselves to him in future. 

Surely the game of saturday has shown that kambole is a great player. That is because his contribution to the goals was very marvelous. As he seemed very strong and tough and he played very marvelous. As you can see the picture below during his play when he was attacking.

"It is a great idea to be back in the group. To be on the scoresheet is an incredible inclination and I am glad for the group and I am glad for the objective," Kambole told KaizerChiefs.com. "I'm trusting that going ahead I can score more objectives for the group." 

"The main thing is to zero in on the things you can change. You simply need to keep trying sincerely and the objectives will come. I need to invest in a great deal of energy in preparing and petition God for additional objectives to come." 

Kambole joined Chiefs from Zambian goliaths Zesco United in 2019 and has shown up for the club to date, with an achievement 50th appearance for the club now possibly on the cards when the Amakhosi play SuperSport United this coming end of the week.

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