Thursday Jul 01, 2021. 18:00
Augustine Mulenga is relishing his third continental experience with as many clubs after helping Amazulu to 2021/2022 CAF Champions League qualification.
The Zambia forward’s five PSL goals last season complemented Lehlohonolo Majoro and Luvuyo Memela’s eight goals each to help propel Amazulu to their debut continental qualification.
Mulenga said it was an honour to have played a role in the Durban clubs’ continental milestone after they finished second in the 2020/2021 PSL campaign.
“I think I had a good time last season,” Mulenga said.
“Credit must go to the coaches and management for believing in me and for giving me the opportunity to express myself and to help make everyone in Durban proud because this is the first time for the team to qualify for continental football which is good and we made history.”
Continental football is not new to Mulenga who reached the 2017 CAF Champions League group stage with his ex-club Zanaco after winning the 2016 FAZ Super League.
Mulenga also played in the 2018/2019 edition of the same competition with Orlando Pirates where he scored two group stage goals before he was released last term after three seasons there to join Amazulu.
Meanwhile, Mulenga is currently back in Zambia on Chipolopolo duty ahead of next week’s COSAFA Cup outing in South Africa at Nelson Mandela Bay from July 6-18.