Chimbamba dedicates FDH Bank Cup Golden Glove award to teammates


Richard Chimbamba has paid tribute to his FCB Nyasa Big Bullets teammates after he was named the 2022 FDH Bank Cup Goalkeeper of the Tournament last Friday.

Kalisto Pasuwa’s current first-choice shot stopper, who won the TNM Super League Golden Glove in the 2020/21 campaign, added his second award to his name following his brilliant performance that helped Bullets win the 2022 FDH Bank Cup.

The 28-year-old kept three clean sheets in four games in the national cup and he conceded a single goal.

“Conceding one goal in this competition means we defended well. The Golden Glove is for everyone, it is a team award, not just for the goalkeeper. It’s good for me, but I am also happy for the team,” he told club media.

With Bullets competing in four domestic competitions and the CAF Champions League this campaign, Chimbamba said he was ready for the challenge.

“It has never been easy, and it will never be easy for us as Bullets, but as a goalkeeper I am always ready for any challenge ahead because I am trained to handle these challenges. I am also pretty sure that my teammates are ready for the season. We are a winning team, and we must continue winning.”

During the delayed FDH Bank Cup awards ceremony that took place at the Mpira Village in Blantyre on Friday, The People’s Team scooped all players individual prizes as Babatunde Adepoju, who is now at Venda Academy in South Africa, won the Golden Boot and Chikumbutso Salima, now at Bangwe All Stars on loan, winning the Discovery of the Tournament and Player of the Tournament accolades, and Chimbamba the Goalkeeper of the Tournament.

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