Sunday, June 23, 2024

Martin Njobvu heads to Austria

Nchanga Rangers striker Martin Njobvu will undergo an intensive training programme at Austrian based club FC Liefering. The players started off  to Austria on Friday afternoon.

Kinetic Sports Consultants, the agency that manages the U20 national team striker took to Facebook to confirm the development.

Kinetic Sports Consultants in collaboration with Prosport International would like to congratulate Zambia Under 20 National Team striker Martin Njobvu who this afternoon left for Salzburg, Austria, where he will be attending an intensive training programme at FC Liefering/Red Bull Salzburg. Njobvu will link up with fellow Zambian internationals Enock Mwepu and Patson daka. All the best Martin.

The lanky forward is known for his hunger for Scoring goals which made him the top goalscorer at the 2017 Cosafa U17 youth Championships in Mauritius where he netted five times to propel Zambia to glory.

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  1. Wish you well martin. Ave no problem when old legs goes to south Africa, young and talented legs go to Europe. I don’t like young players going to south Africa, because it brings bad memories of Mukuka mulenga, and Clifford mulenga .But old legs can go there, at least to prepare for their pension.

    • uyindoda emadodeni Well said Buthi and Enkosi kakhulu! : You are a man among men Well said Brother and thank you very much!
      I saw what they did to Mbesuma, the Katongo brothers, Mukuka Mulenga etc that is very true 100 percent!

  2. THIS IS FROM LUSAKA TIMES : Donashano Malama competes Morocco switch

    Chipolopolo midfielder Donashano Malama has completed his move to Moroccan club Olympique Khouribga.

    Khouribga unveiled Malama, 26, on Thursday – hours after he arrived in the North African nation to seal the deal.

    Malama joins the club as a free agent following the expiry of his contract with Nkana where he has been playing since 2013.

    He reached a pre-contract agreement to join Khourigba while on Chipolopolo duty at the African Nations Championship in Morocco last month.

    Earlier in the week, Malama had bid farewell to Nkana in a Facebook positing.

    “I would like to show gratitude to Nkana Football Club. It was my home and I have essentially left my family and you know how hard it is to leave family. Nonetheless life must go on,” he wrote.

    “I am so grateful for everything the club has done for me especially giving me an opportunity to showcase my talent,” Malama added.

  3. This is very very bad deal , especially for Patson Daka. Coach is selecting team with emotions, whom should he play: Patson or Mwepu, or Mwepu only…. ok then both bench. Now with that Njobvu of yours. More and more less game time for Patson.
    Mwepu should move in my opinion. He is the valuable asset for Chipolopolo.

  4. Thanks for the update truth,Honestly ,i appreciate on malamas,update .Malama has been one of the most hardworking players at Nkana.he has been a loyal soldier. At his age it is fine, he can move on.

  5. I only have headache when a promising player heads down south.please ba FAZ put your house in order, adivice is needed when a player wants to sign a contract.

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