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What has happened to Iraq move? Chansa in South Africa

Zambian legend and former Orlando Pirates midfielder Isaac Chansa has joined National First Division promotion hopefuls Royal Eagles.

Chansa recently left Zambian champions Zanaco and trekked to Iraq and featured for Zakho but has now returned to South Africa to reunite with Eagles coach Kosta Papic.

The Serbian was at the helm at Pirates during Chansa’s first stint with The Bucaneers from 2004-07.

Papic has confirmed to KickOff.com that the 33-year-old has signed for the club and is now awaiting his work permit before he becomes eligible for selection.

“Chansa is already training with the club and has signed but is waiting the issuing of his work permit,” Papic told KickOff.com.

Eagles are chasing promotion this season and feel the experience of the Zambian midfielder will help them with that target.

They are currently in the second Promotion Play-Off Position, nine points behind leaders Thanda Royal Zulu with two-thirds of the season played.

 

[Kickof]





4 Comments to What has happened to Iraq move? Chansa in South Africa

  1. Kasama Boy says:

    Wish you well Chansa, but why didn’t you wait for ZANACO to play the CL? May be you could have got a better deal.

  2. serenje says:

    it was also too risk for chansa to treak to iraq even if he was seeking money

  3. humble says:

    Its a wise move 2 move out of Iraq in da 1st place buh 2ndly why did u move out of zanaco even if it wz more 2 do with money buh u cud have waited 4 da champions league season 2 pass n see wats next other dan rushing 2 go 2 risk countries with no proper football reputation n no good records in terms of peace n security, u wher old enough 2 think twice @ 33years mudala

  4. Logic says:

    That move was dead on arrival. How the hell do you go to a country at war and expect to play football with ISIS on your heels?

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