Saturday Jul 03, 2021. 12:00
Midfielder Roderick Kabwe is trying to put behind him a forgettable season at Black Leopards following his clubs’ demotion from the PSL.
Leopards were demoted after four years in the PSL when they finished bottom of the table.
“Definitely not the best of seasons I would say,” Kabwe said.
“As you know, we got relegated so in as much as we went down, I would say it was a disappointing season.
“I also personally believe that football is a collective game so there is nothing to be proud of.”
Leopards’ relegation is a tough one to digest for Kabwe who was hoping for a good ending after opening a new chapter back in the PSL when he joined them this season from second tier club Cape Town Spurs.
This is Kabwe’s second taste of relegation since arriving in the PSL six years ago from Zambian club Zanaco to join Ajax Cape Town in 2016 and then went down with the club now renamed Cape Town Spurs in 2018.
Meanwhile, Kabwe is spending the early part of the off-season on Chipolopolo Zambia duty in Lusaka as the team prepares to travel to South Africa this Monday ahead of their COSAFA Cup title defence at Nelson Mandela Bay from July 6-18.