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I am not finished, says Joseph Kamwendo

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Midfielder Joseph Kamwendo says his return to his childhood club, Be Forward Wanderers, does mean that he is finished.

Kamwendo signed a two-year deal with the Nomads last week after terminating his contract with Mozambican side, Liga Desportivo Maputo.

His return coincided with his being dropped from Malawi National Football Team squad that eventually beat Swaziland 1-0 at Kamuzu Stadium last Sunday.

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The former Orlando Pirates’ attacking midfielder said he was told that his salary and allowances would be reduced as the Mozambican club’s President [Rafiq Seedat] was resigning.

“Actually, there were a lot of factors behind my termination of the contract in Mozambique. I know that some quarters are saying that I am old and that I am finished,” Kamwendo explained.

“Those who have been following me will agree that I started this career when I was young and I am not that old to hang up my boots. I am a family man and I need to take care of my sons.”

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The ex-Zimbabwe’s Caps United star then vowed to prove his worth on Saturday when Wanderers play Silver Strikers in a Carlsberg Cup final at Kamuzu Stadium.

“The team has good players. It is not automatic that I will be the first choice player. I need to work hard, but if given a chance, fans will appreciate my services,” the former TP Mazembe player said.

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