Zambia fans privately flooded the parents facebook account with messages asking them if they would let their son play for Chipolopolo following coach George Lwandamina decision to invite the Real Betis star for 2017 African Nations Cup qualifiers against Congo Brazzaville.
“But no one is bothering us from these [two] countries because know that the decision is not theirs but the boy himself. Now twist this one as well if you are a hater. Go on,” she declared on her face book account.
But the outbursts have not gone down without a response from Zambian fans that have also reacted in kind in their posts on Lusaka Voice Websites which published the story.
“In fact this guy has just to be left [a lone].His [call up] was misplaced and I think the coach was trying to call Chisamba Lungu who is not on the list,” said Francis Fanwell.
Another fan ridiculed comments made by Mrs Musonda as coming from a typical Zambian who is deeply infatuated when they are awash in money.
“Typical of a Zambian when cash is flowing,” wrote Noah Shumba briefly.
While Linda Namwinga said Chipolopolo can still well without the presence of the 19 year-old Real Betis blossoming midfielder who has reportedly created a lot of sensation in Europe.
“We can do our own without this spoilt brat with a primitive mother,” said Namwinga.
Potipher Munga questioned the merit of those who are pushing for the lad to feature for Chipolopolo and asked them to leave him alone.
“Who are pushing for this kid to come and play for Zambia? Shame on you, leave him,” said Munga.
A section of Zambia soccer fraternity has been pushing for the young Musonda to feature for Zambia where his father was born and played for the country’s national soccer team as a defender.
The campaign to woo Musonda jnr to play Chipolopolo also involved a high profiled figure in the name of sports minister, Vincent Mwale who recently flew to Belgium in unsuccessful bid to coax the Musondas to let their son play for Zambia.
Mwale told local media that he had successful discussions with the Musondas on how they could assist on efforts to develop the game in Zambia.
He also backed Lwandamina decision to call the young Musonda was not wrong because as a country Zambia was justified to show interest in the youngster who has Zambian blood in his vein.
“I support what Lwandamina has done to call Charly because as a country, we must show interest that is number one. Zambia by the virtue of his parents, Belgum by birth and England by the period he has lived there. So all of us must show interest,” said Mwale.
The upcoming Real Betis star has also drawn interest from her land of birth Belgium but also England where he has spent most of his time and has also qualified to be a citizen basing on the time spent as a resident there.
Meanwhile the young Musonda has since snubbed the calls to play for Zambia.