New role for Ngwerume at Cosmos

Former Zimbabwean international gunman, Alois Ngwerume, says he needs to adjust to his new role as a central midfielder at his new home Jomo Cosmos.

Alois Ngwerume is finding his feet as a central midfielder.
Alois Ngwerume is finding his feet as a central midfielder.

Ngwerume believes his new role will enable him to help his country qualify for the next African Nations Cup in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.

“It’s been difficult in the past seasons but I am still young and I want the national team coach to know that I am available for selection as I want to play a role in helping my country qualify for the next African Nations Cup,” he said.

Ngwerume’s Cosmos have suffered three defeats in their opening three matches of the Absa Premiership season.

They lost to Kaizer Chiefs (1-2), Mamelodi Sundowns (0-2) and Free State Stars (0-1) and are already many people’s early favourites for the drop.

Ngwerume himself is experienced at the top level, having arrived in South Africa seven seasons ago and helped Moroka Swallows to the 2004 Absa Cup. He has also had spells at First Division sides Dynamos and United FC, before joining Ezenkosi ahead of the 2011/12 Premier Soccer League season.

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