Hapoel Ra’anana release Luchanga and Kola
Zambian strikers Rogers Kola and Conlyde Luchanga have been released by Israeli club Hapoel Ra’anana.
The ZamFoot Crew understands that the duo have failed to meet expectations after spending less than a season at the club.
Kola signed a five year deal with KAA Gent of Belgian in 2012 where he spent two seasons before he was loaned out to clubs in Israel and Greece before returning to Israel this season.
He made 14 league appearances for Ra’anana this season without scoring a goal in the league.
Aside from a few months in the PSL, the 27 year old has spent all his professional career in Europe since returning from the U20 World Cup in 2007.
Luchanga on the other hand only made his break into Europe at the start of the 2016/2017 season.
The 20 year old who was part of the U20 Africa Cup winning squad made six league appearances for the club but failed to find the net.
He however had a goal to his name in the domestic cup competition with his one appearance.
Kola has been linked with a move to East Africa while Luchanga will return to Lusaka Dynamos.
Zambian left full back Emmanuel Mbola remains a key player for Ra’anana.
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