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Mwila allegedly resigns from ZNS to join LD, sets social media ablaze

Mwila Phiri is now the talk of town after the young striker allegedly resigned from Zambia national service (ZNS) the sponsors of Green Eagles football club to join Lusaka based money bags Elite Lusaka Dynamos.

It’s believed the youngster has quit the service a move which makes him free of all ties with Green Eagles hence from to make a permanent move to Lusaka Dynamos.

Phiri who is one of the best players in Eagles’ possession and has already started training with his new team mates. He was linked with a move to super league champions Zesco United last season but could not come to fruition.

He is joined at Dynamos by other local players like Shadreck Malambo from Red Arrows and Reuben Chansa from Nchanga Rangers.

The Mwila Phiri story is trending on social media with many being against the players decision but others few as they maybe have backed the strikers move saying he is “brave” and needs to be supported as he is taking a risk.

Players from Service clubs are only around to move on loan and can only make permanent deals if they quit their job which is not as easy as it sounds.






3 Comments to Mwila allegedly resigns from ZNS to join LD, sets social media ablaze

  1. discipline says:

    My personal opinion,he took a very wrong choice because there is no job after at elite

  2. km says:

    Am against players who love money than their careers

  3. TRUTH - SELENIKO TWIKALE says:

    This is his career! Gone are the days when a Father would burn ichimpombwa or a tin-guitar because they felt their child was wasting his time instead they would encouraged him to go to school so that he could become a lawyer. This has contributed to our Continent “Africa” to lag behind in development because we luck foresight as to what a career constitutes. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Collins Mbesuma to mention a few; all these men followed their passion and they made it. Mwila Phiri I support you and please change these archaic rules/laws which are a colonial legacy better implemented by ourselves to enslave our own.
    WHAT IS EDUCATION? IT IS ENLIGHTENMENT, ALAS THESE DAYS WE HAVE A LOT OF WELL READ PEOPLE WITH HEAPS OF DEGREES WHO ARE NOT WELL INFORMED AND ENLIGHTENED.

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