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In a humorous but perhaps not-so-veiled hint that is on a par with the “show me the money” line of Cuba Gooding Jr’s character in Jerry Maguire‚ Zesco United coach George Lwandamina has said he would welcome a job in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). Lwandamina‚ the 55-year-old 1980s Zambia international‚ was the architect of Zesco’s run to the 2016 Caf Champions League semifinals‚ where they lost to tournament winners Mamelodi Sundowns. This past fortnight – having left Zesco in November 2017 and returned in April 2018 – he has now also been the architect of Kaizer Chiefs’ exit from the Caf Confederation Cup‚ with a 5-2 aggregate victory completed by Saturday night’s 2-1 secondleg win at FNB Stadium. The big man nicknamed “Chicken” has impressed with the sharpness and tactical astuteness of Zesco in his two stints in the past four years. Lwandamina was asked if, like former Zambia international and national coach Wedson Nyirenda‚ at Baroka FC, he might consider a job in the PSL. “Ja...

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