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Kalu, Kamanga in last push for big post

FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) presidential candidates yesterday concluded their campaigns with all of them bubbling with confidence of emerging victorious.
“I can’t go into an election I can’t win. I am very confident,” said incumbent Kalusha Bwalya.
Kalusha believes he has a track-record to deserve another mandate at the helm of FAZ.
Business executive Andrew Kamanga is certain of victory and believes he has done enough to win the confidence of councillors.
“As long as the elections are free and fair, we are confident of winning. We have a lot to offer to football and we have our blueprint made available to councillors. We have gathered a lot of support and we are ready for the elections,” Kamanga said.
Ndola businessman Henschel Chitembeya said he is the right man to lead FAZ.
“The campaigns have gone on well. I feel I have the best message for the electorates. I am a practical person and not rhetoric. I am the tested candidate amongst the people I am standing against in terms of football administration. I hope I can win and I have every confidence,” Chitembeya said.
Meanwhile, Lusaka Dynamos owner Hanif Adams has urged FAZ councillors to elect selfless leaders that will champion the development of the game.
Adams said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that councillors have an opportunity to usher in administrators that will develop the game.
And Minister of Youth, Sport and Child Development Vincent Mwale has urged FAZ councillors to reflect on what is best for Zambian football as they cast votes, MATHEWS KABAMBA reports.
Mwale said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that the elections should provide the football fraternity an opportunity to come out more united.