Kaseba surfaces at Free State Stars
Absent without official leave (AWOL) Green Eagles striker Tapson Kaseba is reported to have signed for Free State in South Africa.
Kaseba was the leading scorer amongst the indigenous Zambian players and was third on top scorers chart in the just ended league season. His scoring prowess helped the Choma side to qualify for their maiden CAF Confederation Cup competition.
The striker has been conspicuously missing in the Eagles team that trekked to Botswana for the preseason camp.
And today Kaseba appears to have signed for Free State Stars and officially presented to the public; in an image circulating on Social media.
The move however is yet to be confirmed by either Free State Stars, the player or his former side Green Eagles.
Should the move be confirmed, he will join Kennedy Mweene (2009-2013) and Davies Nkausu (2015-2017) among the other Zambians who have played for the club.
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