Triple C extends Simba stay
Zambia international midfielder Cletus Chota Chama has extended his stay in Tanzania after the former Lusaka Dynamos player agreed to a 2-year contract extension with Simba Sports Clubs.
Simba SC snapped up the influential midfielder from Lusaka Dynamos after he terminated his contract with the club in July 2018 and Chama has been a key component in the team. The club announced his contract extension on their official social media accounts.
“The scorer of the last goal that has taken us to the stage of the groups and the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League, Clatous Chama is still very much here in Msimbazi. The Lusaka Rock will continue to be part of the Champions squad after signing a new two-year contract.”
Mfungaji wa magoli ya mwisho ambayo yalitupeleka kwenye hatua ya makundi na robo fainali ya Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika, Clatous Chama bado yupo sana Msimbazi. Mwamba wa Lusaka ataendelea kuwa sehemu ya kikosi cha Mabingwa baada ya kusaini mkataba mpya wa miaka miwili. #NguvuMoja pic.twitter.com/Zoa8EKHAFW
— Simba Sports Club (@SimbaSCTanzania) June 26, 2019
Cletus Chama current contract will end next year in July when he will enter his new contract which will run until June 2022whenetus Chama has played for Zesco United before he joined Egyptian side Al Ittihad Alexandria but he later left the club following contractual disputes. He signed a three and half year contract.
In 2017, he joined the “Elite” Lusaka Dynamos from the Egyptian club, he was with the club for a year then headed to the East to sign with Mzimbazi giant Simba SC.
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