Two months on the sidelines due to a horrific skull fracture may have been all that stood between the 24 year old left-back and a chance to play a part in Gabon’s home AFCON Cup.
The former AS Mangasport defender certifies that enquiries were made by his national team federation on his condition leading up to January.
“They called me last year to check up on me. I’m fine now. I’m training and in friendly matches I’m working hard because I want to play and help AmaZulu get back to the PSL.
“I missed out this year in the AFCON because of my injury but God willingly next time I’ll be part of it,” said Nzambe.
Of the host nation’s misfortune in tournament he said: “The problem is we couldn’t score, but its part of football. They have to push themselves and improve in future. The Coach is still new in the team. Gabon has good players they just need more time together as a team,” he added.
AmaZulu played neighboring PSL Absa Premiership side Golden Arrows this past weekend and beat them 2-1 in a build to both team’s respective league action.
Usuthu travel to Pretoria on 11 February to face University of Pretoria for their opening 2016/17 NFD second round match. Kickoff is at 15:30pm at the TUKS tadium.Share