Mbesuma joins South African lower tier side
Former Chipolopolo striker Collins Mbesuma has signed a deal with South African football lower tier side.
The 34 year old striker has been unattached since he left Highlands Park 9 months ago and has now decided to revivive his career at Maccabi FC in Gauteng’s ABC Motsepe League.
Maccabi FC are top of the third tier league and pushing for promotion back to the National First Division.
The former Chipolopolo striker has featured for a host of South African sides including Mpumalanga Black Aces, Sundowns, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs.
He has also had stints in Europe which has seen him feature for English side Portsmouth where he made just 4 appearances.
The current Senegal coach Alio Cisse and Congolese forward Tresor Lualua were his teammates in England.
He also spent time at Portuguese side Maritimo and Bursaspor in Turkey.
On the international scene, though he has a African Cup of Nations medal, the fans favourite was one of unused substitute at the Gabon/Equatorial edition.
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