William Njobvu returns to Sunset for second stint
Former Zambia U20 national team midfielder William Njobvu has made a return to Sunset Stadium ten years after his first stint with the Bankers.
The ZamFoot Crew can reveal that Njobvu penned a deal with the Blankers yesterday becoming the first signing for coach Chris Kaunda and the second of the season following the acquisition of Ian Otieno from Red Arrows.
William spent five months at Zanaco in 2009 on loan from Kiryat Shmona before returning to the Isreali Club to continue is Europe stint which lasted for about eight years.
William links up with Chris Kaunda again after being one of his stand-out performers during his time at Nkwazi.
The 32-year-old is a seasoned campaigner and has played for the Chipolopolo Boys including featuring in three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, 2006, 2008 and 2010.
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