Rumsey, Mwepu and Sakala join Power
Power Dynamos have signed England based Tipton FC striker Noble Rumsey.
18 year old Rumsey who recently attended trials at English Championship side Wolverhampton FC joins a list of other teen players acquired by the Super Division title contenders.
Power Dynamos FC Fans Forum (PDFC FF) reports that U20 international who has also starred for the U23 Benson Sakala together with Enock ‘Computer’ Mwepu and Patson Daka who were part of the U17 national team that participated at the CAF U17 Championship in January have also moved to Arthur Davies Stadium.
Former captain Joseph Sitali has also returned to the club where he made his name after a short unsuccessful stint at town rivals, Nkana FC.
Other inclusions to the Power team during the July transfer window include William Njobvu and Allan Chibwe.
Below is the list of players who have joined and left Power:
Players out: January 2015 to 31 July 2015:
Alex N’gonga (striker) – CS Mounana (Gabon) – Permanent
Thomas Nyirenda – Club Ferroviario Beira (Mozambique) – Loan
Jimmy Ndhlovu – Nkana – Loan expiry
Felix Sunzu Jr – Green Buffaloes – Loan expiry
Richard Kasonde (midfielder) – Nkana – Permanent
Billy Imoonda (defender) – Nchanga Rangers – Loan
Players in: 2015 mid- season transfer window:
Joseph Sitali (midfielder) – Nkana – Permanent
William Njobvu (midfielder) – Beitar Tel Aviv (Israel) – Permanent
Benson Sakala (midfielder/defender) – Chicago Magic (USA) – Long-term loan
Noble Rumsey (striker) – Tipton Town Academy (England) – Permanent
Patson Daka (striker) – Kafue Celtic/Nchanga Rangers – Loan
Enock Mwepu (midfielder) – Kafue Celtic – Loan
Allan Chibwe (goalkeeper) – Zanaco – Permanent
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