Napsa release Bola Mososa, Julius Situmbeko as they sign 10 new players
Napsa Stars have announced and strengthened squad after bringing in 10 new acquisitions during the current mid-season transfer window.
The club has recalled Luka Chamanga, Collins Sikombe in addition to bringing in Geoffrey Sserukuma, Bornwell Mwape, Amos Simwanza, John Sikaumbwe, Chitoshi Mukuma, Martin Kaonga, Victor Shikabeta and Thomas Banda.
The club has also released another 10 players who include goalkeeper Bola Masosa and former Power Dynamos winger Julius Situmbeko.
Below is the statement from Napsa:
FROM : NAPSA STARS FC
TO : ALL MEDIA HOUSES
DATE : 17 JULY 2018
SUBJECT : NAPSA MOVES TO STRENGTHEN SQUAD
NAPSA Stars FC are delighted to announce the acquisition of new players to beef up the squad during the July transfer window. The Club has secured the services of strikers Geoffrey Sserukuma and Bornwell Mwape from Buildcon and Nkana FC respectively. Others from Nkana are Amos Simwanza and John Sikaumbwe while Chitoshi Mukuma has joined the team from ZANACO FC. Mwape and Mukuma have clinched one-year loan deals while the others are permanent transfers.
The Club has also engaged services of defender Martin Kaonga from Red Arrows FC, as well as midfielders Victor Shikabeta and Thomas Banda who were plying their trade at Monze Swallows FC.
Meanwhile the Club has parted company with the following players;
Masosa Bola, Konga-Konga Oma, Souleyman Lokwa, Salim Dunga, Jean Nzeyimana, Bobo Kidimu, Nsiala Guyve and Victor Nyantenga.
Midfielder Julius Situmbeko and defender Andrew Banda who were on loan from Zanaco FC and Lumwana FC respectively have returned to their parent clubs.
And NAPSA Stars have recalled Luka Chamanga and Collins Sikombe who were on loan to National Assembly and Lusaka Dynamos respectively.
“On behalf of the Board and Management of NAPSA Stars FC, I would like to welcome our new acquisitions and to thank all the players that have left for their contribution to the club. We have an immense task ahead of us to get out of our current position and we trust the new-look team will come to the party and do their best. I wish the players and the technical bench all the best during the second half of the season,” said Mr Stanley Zingani Phiri, NAPSA Stars Board Chairperson.
Gwen M. Chipasula (Ms)
Club Media Liaison Officer
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