Zambian goalkeeper Kennedy Mweeny is eager to return as Chipolopolo’s number one and says anything is possible regarding a Super League move.
The 35-year-old first and foremost confirmed his understanding of one of the most important attributes of being a goalkeeper: “You know being a goalkeeper needs someone with maturity, you make a mistake and you are punished, you need to be talkative too,” Mweene said to ZamFoot.
The man with legendary status both as Zambia’s number and the South African PSL - where he has won every competition - concluded the short chat by saying it is up to Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic to select him for the national side.
“Am still ready to be Chipolopolo's first choice but it’s up to the people [coach] out there.”
With an exit out of Mamelodi Sundowns looking very likely come the end of the season, Mweene responded on the possibilities of playing in Zambia again: “I can say yes or no, I will see what happens.”
“I have so many moments but my best was in 2012, starting from the first game (of the Africa Cup of Nations) we played up to the final,” he added about his best events in the national team.