Former Malawi national football team captain, Joseph Kamwendo, is enjoying game-time in the Democratic Republic of Congo after scoring four goals in seven matches since joining Don Bosco.
Kamwendo, who is on loan from TP Mazembe, was on target last Thursday when Don Bosco beat Pacific 3-1 before drawing 2-2 against Lupopo to move to position three in the league.
In a telephone interview, the former Be Forward Wanderers midfielder cited good relationship with his teammates as the major contributing factor to his resurrected form.
He said losing his place in the Flames squad under coach Ernest Mtawali due to lack of game-time at Mazembe was very painful.
He promised to work hard once recalled during the forth coming Africa Cup of Nations assignments.
“I missed the game too much. I want use this time to make up for what I lost when I was not playing. I feel like I started playing football yesterday.Ndikumenya ndi njala [I am playing with so much vigour],” Kamwendo said.
Meanwhile, the DRC league is on break with Sanga Balande topping the table with 24 points followed by Lupopo FCon 20 points. Don Bosco lie on position three also with 20 points.
Mazembe have 11 points and five games in hand as they were in Japan participating in Club World Cup and Caf Champions League.
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