Monalisa John, Sports Reporter
FORMER Ngezi Platinum striker James Nguluve says he has settled in well in Eswathini where he’s turning out for that country’s giant club, Mbabane Swallows.
The striker, who left Ngezi Platinum in December last year, has been in impressive form for his club and yesterday assisted his club to a 3-0 victory against Timbuti FC.
Speaking to H-Metro, the speedy striker said: “Life is actually fine its a peaceful country. I have adapted pretty well as
there is not much difference to Zim life and type of football so it was a plus for me.”
Nguluve is targeting to win the league title and play in the African Champions League.
“I have played six games so far and managed to score two goals and an assist. My target is to keep on scoring and help the team to win everything on the domestic scene. We are eyeing to go back to Africa. I want to play in the African Champions League at all costs.”