FREE STATE FLEW IN ZAMBIA TO SEAL KASEBA DEAL
(LIVINGSTONE)–A ZamFoot Crew source and close relative to Tapson Kaseba has narrated how and where the striker put pen to paper with the South African club Free State Stars.
The source mentioned three clubs: Free State Stars, Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United were interested in acquiring the services of the 2018 Super division leading scorer among local players.
Among the three clubs, it was Free State Stars that declaired their intent of signing Kaseba instantly while SuperSport proposed he should go on trial with them.
According to the source, the focus as the family was on securing Kaseba’s future while he was still in his heydays.
And the source revealed representives from the South Africa outfit flew to Livingstone at Richland hotel where the pre-contract was signed.
He said Green Eagles had refused to release the striker, saying they had no one to replace him with. It was this reason why he decided to go AWOL.
Later, Kaseba with the help of his family wrote a resignation letter to the Zambia National Service (ZNS) so as he could pen a deal with Free State Stars.
Meanwhile the source revealed at the time of signing the Free State deal Green Eagles were still holding Kaseba’s passport so as to prevent him from travelling outside the country.
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