Nyambe Mulenga discounted of 2015 AFCON after mishap
Monday, December 15, 2014
Chipolopolo focal shield Nyambe Mulenga has been discounted of the Equatorial Guinea AFCON taking after a street car crash on Sunday morning.
Nyambe was venturing out to Lusaka from the Copperbelt with a few different players from lesser national groups who got a lift on a Zesco united transport.
The players were going to Lusaka to join the senior national group camp in front of the January AFCON competition when the transport impacted a Mitsubishi Pajero that lost control close Green Restaurant in Kabwe.
Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) General Secretary George Kasengele said Nyambe endured a broke left leg and a few slashes on the body while Changwe Kalale of Power Dynamos endured a crack on the left leg, a profound cut on the head and a broken right arm. Satchmo Chakawa of Green Eagles endured a burst spleen and bladder and was accounted for to be in a genuine yet steady condition.
The trio is conceded in Kabwe General Hospital.
In August 2009 Nyambe endured a knee damage in an amicable diversion with Ghana which kept him out of activity for six months.
Nyambe had an effective surgery in India and in the wake of finishing physiotherapy he recovered his spot in the Chipolopolo beginning line up and was a piece of the 2012 AFCON winning squad.
Nyambe is relied upon to be out of activity for 12 weeks.