Division I zone II side Gomes goalkeeper Sebastian Mwange wants to return to the super league after having a fantastic season with his club. The former Nchanga Rangers man feels its about time he made his return.
“I joined Gomes football club last year. I thank God for the great season I had and we only lost 3 games the entire season. The Season has ended now, I feel its the right time for me to make a move and am looking forward to playing super league football next season”-Mwange told Soka25east.com in an exclusive interview .
Mwange started his career at Mufurila Blackpool and later joined Nchanga Rangers under the tutorage of coach Bruce Mwape where he was second choice Rabson Mucheleng’anga.
The 25 year old has also played for teams like Roan United and National Assembly. He was voted man of the match in 2015 when National Assembly played Power Dynamos at Arthur Davies Stadium by Power Dynamos fans. His heroics on the day almost earned him a move to Power Dynamos as Coach Tenant Chilumba was rumoured to be intetested in his services.