Elvis Ngonde, the talented midfielder for the Jogoos, couldn’t contain his excitement when he received the news of his maiden national team call-up. It was a moment he had been working towards his entire career, and now the opportunity was finally here. As he spoke about his feelings, his passion for the game and his country shone through.
“Representing my nation is a lifelong dream,” Ngonde said with a beaming smile. “I’ve always aspired to wear the Cranes jersey and make my family and fans proud. It’s an honor and a privilege that I don’t take lightly.”
The upcoming international friendlies against Mali and Zambia would be a significant test for Ngonde and the Cranes. These matches are a chance to prove himself on the grand stage, and he is ready to give his all.
“I’m aware of the challenges that lie ahead,” he continued. “Mali and Zambia are formidable opponents, but that’s what makes international football so exciting. We’ll prepare diligently as a team and aim to deliver strong performances.”
As he left to join the national team’s training camp, Elvis Ngonde carried with him not only his skills but the hopes and dreams of a nation. The midfielder’s story is one of dedication, ambition, and the realization of a lifelong dream. For Ngonde, this is just the beginning of an exciting chapter in his football career, and fans can’t wait to see what he is achieve on the international stage.
The Jogoos are also represented by Skipper Kenneth Semakula and Right back Gavin Kizito Mugweri.
The Mali , Zambia friendlies will be played on 13th October in Bamako and 17th October in Dubai, UAE Respectively.