Kabwe has played in the South African top level previously, having had spells with Ajax Cape Town (presently known as Cape Town Spurs) and Black Leopards.
He joins the club after a short spell with his locally situated group Zanaco FC, which he left after just going along with them last year in November.
Following his marking, Kabwe didn't guarantee a lot, however has swore to do everything to assist the group with improving from their exhibitions from the first round of the DStv Premiership.
"Obviously I am not promising paradise and earth, however I am here to reinforce the group as we as a whole know this season the group has been doing fine. However, considering this open door, I simply need to go about my business, which is to set out and in the event that the freedom comes, to score and shield when I should guard," said Kabwe.
"By coming into the group is to assist the group with doing significantly more since they have done fine in the first round. Individuals anticipate that the group should accomplish more in the second round and that is the place where I come in. just to assist the group with being more grounded going ahead."
Discussing the norm of football in the country, Kabwe accepts there is no huge or little groups in South Africa any longer, saying a group that gives more exertion during games turn out to be the merited champs of any match.
"I imagine that is simply people groups thinking, I would say football being football, when you into the field it is 11 v 11.so, obviously the group that gives more is the one that will win, it doesn't make any difference assuming they are large or little."
Source link: https://www.citizen.co.za/sport/soccer/local-soccer/2995824/sekhukhune-united-add-another-signing/
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