Johnston Katowando
Published On November 11, 2014 » 3243 Views» By Davies M.M Chanda » Football, Sports
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Blast from the past LOGODate of birth – 5th July, 1953
Place of birth – Chingola, Northern Rhodesia
Playing position – Goalkeeper
Current residence – Kitwe
Early Career
Wusakili Primary and Chamboli Secondary School in Kitwe
1971 -Copperbelt Secondary School Team
1972 – Zambia Schools Team
Club Career
1972 -Big Coke FC
1972 – Ex-Lyanshimba
1972 -1973 – Chibuku Warriors
1973- 1975 – Rhokana United (Nkana)
1975 – 1987 – Zambia Air Force (Red Arrows)
National Team
1976 – 1980 – Part of the Zambia squad at Montreal 1976 Olympic Games in Canada.
Coaching Career
1987 – 1989 – Red Arrows assistant
1990 – 1992 – Red Arrows
1999 – 2004  – Young Arrows
Honours
1975   – Chibuku Cup
1976 – CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup silver medalist
1977 – CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup silver medalist, Heroes and Unity Cup
1979 – Heroes and Unity Cup
1980 – Heroes and Unity Cup
1981 – Champion of Champions
1982 – BP Challenge Cup
1984 – CISIM tournament in Zimbabwe for defence force teams
TRIVIA – Johnstone Katowando launched his football career from his formative years at Wusakili Primary School.

• Katowando scoops ball in 1977.

• Katowando scoops ball in 1977.

Katowando was later to become one of Zambia’s top goalkeepers. He was part of the Zambia squad for Montreal 1976 Olympic Games in Canada.
After retiring as a footballer in 1987, Katowando attended a coaching course in Germany and upon returning he was named assistant to Patrick Phiri at Red Arrows.
He was later elevated as head coach for Arrows until the team was disbanded in 1992.
Katowando was appointed coach for reconstituted Young Arrows and later promoted to the main team, Red Arrows with Chabby Chabala.

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