MIDFIELD MAESTRO RUSIKE JOINS ZESCO UNITED
Super League defending champions ZESCO United Football Club has announced the signing of Zimbabwean international midfielder, Tafadzwa Paul Rusike on a two-year contract.
In a statement released to the ZamFoot Crew, ZESCO United Chief Executive Officer Richard Mulenga disclosed that the club reached an agreement with the player in January 2020.
Mulenga said the Ndola based club is delighted to add Rusike to their attacking arsenal and that he was hopeful the inclusion of the midfielder will add value to the club.
“It is with great excitement that we announce the signing of Tafadzwa Rusike on a two-year contract. Rusike is a quality player whom we expect to add great value to ZESCO United Football Club,” Mulenga said.
Rusike is expected to join the club this month subject to medical examinations.
Meanwhile, the former Zanaco midfielder Rusike who joined the Bankers in 2017 said that he was excited to join the FAZ/MTN Superleague champions.
“I am delighted to join this great football club and looking forward to winning trophies with them. ZESCO United is a fantastic club that has dominated the Zambian league for some time now and they are one of the big teams in Africa. As such I am happy to join them.”
Rusike becomes the second player ZESCO United has signed after landing Congolese prolific striker Chris Mugalu on a two-year contract although Lusaka dynamos still claim he is their player.
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