Monday, December 4, 2023

Kangwanda joins Al Hilal SC on 4 year deal 

Zambian forward Albert Kangwanda has joined Sudanese top flight Al Hilal Sports Club. 


Kangwanda has signed a four year deal with Al Hilal according to an announcement by the club. 

Kangwanda has been a subject of interest from South African DSTV Premiership side Royal AM and Golden Arrows. 

The 22 year old’s three goals helped Zambia claim a record seventh Cosafa title, his second title in a row.

He finished the tournament as joint top scorer. Last year he scored the winning goal in the final.

Having come through the Kafue Celtic production line, Kangwanda had a short spell in Croatia at the start of last season.

He returned home and joined Red Arrows.

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  1. Wish him well. Though 4 years is a long contract. He is a good player. He has not made the cut in the Main team because of the competition is high.

    Let the Coach call him up to sit and learn on the bench for main team.

  2. Who the hell advises these clowns? Sudan is in the middle of a civil war and you decide thats where you want to go. What kind if low bar desperation is this kanshi? Awe we’re cursed ifwe kwena.

  3. How many Zambian players have succeeded through that route? The Sudanese league appears to be so closed to publicity.
    However, I wish you all the best.

  4. I thought we wont do well at COSAFA when i saw his name it rekindled hope and i started wishing the team good luck. Last time he got me sick when i read he was playing in second division Croatia…and now Sudan surely Kangwa…i hope it works. The issue of the civil war worries me???

  5. Am worried, Sudanese league was it the last resort?you’re good player who needs exposure & patience to break in the senior team,Chipolopolo. U should ve remained in RSA league widely followed by millions fans worldwide.
    Good luck!!

  6. I believe our players need better representation out there on the world market. More than the money attached to these contracts, our players both men and women need more tactical exposure, and we cannot expect them to get such from a team in a war ton African nation.
    Our players have great physical presence on the pitch, but lack the tenacity and fluidity required to compete in the top flack competitions. We need to push more contracts in Europe.

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