Zambia Women’s Football giants, Green Buffaloes Women’s Football Club have announced the acquisition of four new players.
The club have for the first time in their history acquired Foreign talent signing Zimbabwean trio of winger Alice Moyo, Defender Catherine Gwangwara and striker Bethel Kondo.
Moyo, 21, Gwangwara, 18 and Kondo, 17 have joined the FAZ Women’s Super Division log leaders on one year deals.
“Green Buffaloes Women’s Football Club is pleased to announce the acquisition and unveiling of four new players.
Zimbabwean trio of winger Alice Moyo, Defender Catherine Gwangwara and striker Bethel Kondo have all signed one year deals from Faith Drive Queens Academy in Zimbabwe on an undisclosed fee.
This brings a new era for the club as the three from across the Zambezi river become the first ever foreign players to join the Zambia army sponsored outfit.”
Meanwhile National Team goalkeeper Petronella Ngambo Musole has joined on a long term basis.
Musole has described the move to the FAZ Women’s Super Division log leaders as a dream come true.
“I Am excited because my dream has come, I have always wanted to come to this club. I am sure my experience is going to help the team.
“It’s been easy to adapt because I know the players.”
Deputy Director of Sports Col Priscilla Katoba who doubles up as FAZ Women’s National Representative and is currently in Turkey with the Copper Queens told Green Buffaloes Women’s Football Club media that the team needed the four players to replace the likes of Martha Tembo, Hellen Chanda and Ireen Lungu who have moved to Kazakhstan.
“The team needed these players to be able to replace the players that left for Kazakhstan like Marth Tembo, Hellen Chanda and Ireen Lungu. As you know, Buffaloes still need to maintain their status both at regional and continental level. I wish them the best of luck and hopefully they quickly settle in and start doing the business.”
The four players bring the number of new players at Buffaloes to seven after the acquisition of Elessy Chilandula from Luyando Foundation Girls and the duo of Memory Nakombe and Ruth Nakazwe from Kapiri United Queens.
Buffaloes lead the FAZ Women’s Super Division log table with 57 points after 21 matches and remain unbeaten so far this season.