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Manuel Kambala interview with Sky Football Magazine

 By Joe Precursor -

Q - Thank you for agreeing to talk to us, can you tell us who Manuel Kambala is and where he's from? 

A - I was born in 1991 in Quilimane, Mozambique. I'm the second born in the family and I had dreams of becoming a footballer at an early age.

Q - Can you tell us how it all began, your career as a whole until you found yourself playing for Baroka ?

A - I started in Quilimane, I played a lot of matches with a team called Quilimane FC, then in 2012 I got the shock of my life when Mozambican giants UD Songo were interested in me. 

Q - How many years did you spend at UD Songo and how did your move to Baroka FC come about? 

A - I spent 7 years at Songo and my agent called me and said there's interest for me in South Africa, I was so excited because that was the biggest move for me but I was sad looking at my age because I wanted to play for big teams in South Africa but I'm not complaining. Baroka is a big team but if I was younger I'd have attracted other big teams like kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.

Q - Your side Baroka never lost to the big three last season, and at last match of the season you caused a lot of heartache to Kaizer Chiefs fans and the organization as a whole, had you not scored and lost the match, they were going to be the Premiership Champions, take us back to that moment.

A - We were not in a good position, we wanted to finish comfortably and avoid playing in the playoffs because in the playoffs you never know what can happen, so about my goal against Kaizer Chiefs it was strictly business and doing what I'm paid for at Baroka, and I'm sorry to Kaizer Chiefs fans but it's my job, I get paid for it.

Joe Precursor - Thank you Mr Kambala for the opportunity to have a chit chat with you. Wish you all the best of luck with your team.

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