According to report in Africa, former Moroka Swallows and SuperSport United striker has made it clear that he has no intentions of hanging up his boots just yet.
James Chamanga won the 2021/22 Zambia Super League title after his side Red Arrows, were officially crowned champions after beating Indeni FC 3-1 on Sunday.
This means that the ageless former Swallows forward, James Chamanga, will be leading the Arrows attack in the 2022/23 campaign of the CAF Champions League later this year.
“I’m here. I still have a contract with them [Arrows]; I will keep going as long as we succeed,” Chamanga told the Zambian Daily Mail.
“The young ones, I need to be with them on the field of play and show them how it should be done.
“I’m not going to play 90 minutes in all games, but more importantly is to be with them on the field of play and in training and teach them discipline,” concluded Chamanga, who scored six goals for Arrows in as many matches.
The 2012 Africa Cup of Nations winner clinched the Super League Golden Boot in the 2019/2020 season with 16 goals.
While at Swallows, Chamanga walked away with the Lesley Manyanthela Golden Boot award after netting 14 goals during the 2007/08 season.
Overall, the 42-year-old has scored 30 goals in the 68 matches in South Africa’s topflight for Bush Bucks, SuperSport and Swallows.