TACTICIAN Chris ‘Takatiko’ Kaunda has officially retired from the Zambia Police Service, Zambianfootballnews.com understands.
In his farewell message, Kaunda who has retired as a Police Chief Inspector thanked his superiors at the Zambia Police Service and promised to remain a loyal peace keeper of the great nation of Zambia.
In his farewell message, Takatiko as he is fondly called wrote:
“Every journey has an end to it . The thankless and toughest journey I embarked on to Save my dear Nation and it’s People since 1988 has finally come to an end today.
Let me take this opportunity to thank all my former and current supervisors and my fellow colleagues for being there for me in all that very smooth and bumpy times we passed through together.
Lovely experience , I enjoyed it .
May our Lord God our Convernant keeper be with you all and continue being there for our lovely family of this Country- Zambia 🇿🇲 our only Peaceful Land on Earth.
Am now going to Pursue what I always dreamt of with my very Beautiful Family.
OUR LORD GOD , MY PILLAR , MY MANAGING DIRECTOR .
I will remain a very Loyal and strong Peaceful keeper of my only country – Zambia.
Psalm 91, 71 , 68 , 121 , Isaiah 55 : 11.
Coach Chris Kaunda is one of the most experienced coaches in the country, and his scouting abilities have proved he is the best when it comes to scouting for young talent.
He is the coach that gave Zambia the Likes of Changwe Kalale (M.H.R.I.P),Enock Mwepu, Wayne Museba, Francesco Mwepu, Prosper Chiluya, Patson Daka to name a few.
Coach Kaunda was fired in June 2016 by the Andrew Kamanga led executive and was replaced by Oswald Mutapa.
Chris Kaunda led Zambia U17 to the maiden appearance at a major tournament when they qualified to the U17 Africa Championship in 2015.
It’s no secrete that coach Kaunda is definitely very passionate about youth football after serving for the Zambian junior teams for a long time before his firing