18 year old Zambian international Racheal Kundananji is aiming high, just days after completing a two_year move to Kazakhstan top tier side, BIIK Kazygurt, from Zambia’s Copperbelt Women league side Indeni Roses.

In an exclusive interview with Kick442.com, the shepolopolo forward made it clear that her move to Europe is not a fulfillment of her Dreams, but just a step towards achieving her goals. She said “I am happy with my new move. I am working hard in order to perform well and to reach my goals. Being here doesn’t mean that I have achieved my goals. My main objective is to become one of the best footballers in the world and also to inspire young girls in Zambia and Africa as a whole”.

Racheal was part of the Zambian squad in the 2018 African Women’s cup of Nations in Ghana, during which she scored three goals, as the shepolopolo’s were knocked out in the group stage. She was also one of the standout performers for Indeni Roses in 2018, where she scored 21 goals in 18 league games.

Rachael in pre-season action in Turkey

Her move to Kazakhstan champions BIIK Kazygurt makes her just one of the two Shepolopolo stars plying their trade abroad. Her goal scoring prowess will help BIIK Kazygurt, as they defend their crown in the Kazakhstan top flight and also eye European glory.

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