KITWE – STRIKER Reynold Kampamba says an away win is Nkana’s prime target against Mbabane Swallows in Sunday’s 2014 CAF Champions League game.
The 22-year-old and 2013 Zambia Player of the Year nominee says he is looking forward to his first continental club cup outing.
“It will not be an easy game we must work hard to beat them away. We must win but even a draw is better for us,” Kampamba told MTNFootball.com.
The match will be Nkana’s first outing in Africa since 2002 when they bowed out at the pre-group stage of the same competition following their elimination at the hands of eventual winners Zamalek of Egypt.
Nkana will host Swallows in the return leg on February 15 at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe.
The winner will face victor of the other preliminary round stage game involving El Merriekh of Sudan and Uganda champions KCCA who meet in the first leg in Khartoum on February 8.
Meanwhile, Kampamba said he was excited to be nominated for the 2014 Zambia Player of the Year awards that will be handed out during the awards gala on February 12 in Kitwe.
Kampamba has already walked away with the 2013 Zambia Golden Boot award after scoring 18 goals last season for Nkana on their way to lifting the 2013 league title.
“Firstly I want think God for the award nomination and I thank the fans too for their support,” Kampamba said. – MTNFootball