ATTRAM AND WANDERERS PART WAYS
Ghanaian forward Kwame Attrams has left Mighty Mufulira Wanderers on mutual consent, The ZamFoot Crew can exclusively reveal.
The former Wadi Degla striker leaves Shinde Stadium just 9 months into his new two-year deal which he signed in June last year.
According to ZamFoot Crew sources in Mufulira, The 31-year-old and the club failed to agree on certain remuneration conditions hence the decision to part ways.
Attram originally joined Wanderers on a three months contract in April 2019 before the club decided to extend his stay following his impressive performance which saw him score three goals in four appearances to help Mighty survive relegation in the 2019 transitional league.
Attrams next destination is not yet known but the ZamFoot Crew understands that he is keen on staying in Zambia.
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