Former Zambia National Soccer team captain Christopher Katongo has urged young players to start saving money and invest in their future, saying football is a short career. During a financial planning workshop held at Lusaka’s InterContinental Hotel, the former Chipolopolo skipper said he had been saving and that even if he died, his children would be comfortable. “Football is a short career. a player can stop playing due to injury and if you are not investing or saving it will be difficult for you to handle your life. I have been saving and investing and today if I die, my children will not suffer because they will have somewhere to live,” said Katongo. And workshop sponsors, Barclays Bank head of…...

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