Godfrey Chitalu

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Name
Godfrey Chitalu
Nationality
zam Zambia
Position
Forward
Past Teams
Kabwe Warriors
Birthday
October 22, 1947
Age
74
Godfrey Chitalu nicknamed Ucar was a Zambian footballer who played for Kabwe Warriors and Zambia national men’s football team as a forward. His early professional football 1964 to 1970 saw him at Kitwe United before moving to Kabwe Warriors.

He is widely regarded as the greatest Zambian player of all time as he holds his national team’s goalscoring record and was voted Zambian footballer of the year five times. As well, he was selected by CAF as one of the best 200 African footballers of the past 50 years in 2006.

Chitalu was born in 1947 the then Northern Rhodesia and died in plane crash on 27th April 1993 together with other members of Football Association of Zambia. He was then coach of the Zambia national team

Summary of the record
CompetitionYearSeason
African Cup of Champions Clubs134
Castle Cup1515
Challenge Cup1010
Charity Shield11
Chibuku Cup1616
Friendly55
League4949
NFL Benevolent Fund Match22
NFL Trophy33
World Cup qualification22
Total116107

 

 

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