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Mwepu starts training at Brighton

Zambia national team midfielder Enock Mwepu has started life at his new club, Brighton and Hove Albion as he joined his new teammates in their first training session ahead of the news English Premier League season.

Mwepu took part in training and various testing, measurements and analysis carried out throughout the sessions as the Seagulls start preparation for the 2021/2022 Premier League season.

Graham Potter and his players returned to training after the summer break today at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre.

The former NAPSA Stars midfielder penned a four-year deal with Brighton on 6th July from Austrian Bundesliga Champions, Redbull Salzburg becoming Potter’s first signing ahead of the 2021/22 Premier League campaign, which will be Albion’s fifth consecutive year in the top-flight.

The Boy from Chambishi made his debut for Chipolopolo in the 3-1 world Cup qualifier win over Algeria in 2017 and scored the final goal.

Mwepu alongside Patson Daka whose on the books of Leicester City are the two Zambian players currently on the books of English Premier League teams.

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17 Comments to Mwepu starts training at Brighton

  1. Mwenya says:

    I believe u will fit perfectly well. All the best young man we r so proud of you pa Zambia.

  2. With God nothing impossible continue obeying God directions you will make it Guz we proud of you guys in Zambia at large Africa and I would like to exetend thanks to England clubs for considering our brothers. may the Jehovah or Hallah remember both clubs this season

    Sichalwe Luckson


  3. Chosen says:

    Wishing both PD & EM the very best in the EPL.
    Go Zambia Go!!!

  4. Am Back as ZBuffalo says:

    Work extra hard boys, the sky is not the limit.

  5. Kenny Kasonde kolala says:

    Make Zambia proud

  6. Phillip says:

    Looking forward to seeing you in action. Confident that you will be a great success.

  7. Tony mash says:

    You are a marvel to watch

  8. Humility will make the boys rewrite the history of our then and more than the great Kalu’s of yester- years.. Go boys we are buying the Leicester & Brighton jerseys..

  9. Andy DeRoche says:

    Mwepu is definitely “sound as a pound,” and he will soar with the Seagulls. I hope both he and Daka do well this year in England, and the same for Fashion Sakala in Scotland. These young lads have a real chance to lead Zambia to the World Cup. This could be a great year for Chipolopolo!

  10. Chintu says:

    He’s definitely not a Chimbwe💪🏾
    All the best bro

  11. Anonymous says:

    All the best Mwepu.

  12. Slim says:

    At last we have a midfielder of note! Am confident this puts paid to the clamouring for Musonda this and that! Faz should not sit on their laurels and go flat out to identify another defensive midfielder, and winger in addition to U20 players for exposure to overseas youth academies. Micho is not the right chap to identify talent…too secretive. Todate he hasn’t revealed Tandi Mwapes omission as well as the sidelining of the boy from England.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Guys we love you, continue to work hard.

  14. Frank says:

    All the best to the two chipolopolo players

  15. Anonymous says:

    We are all behind you guys.

  16. Kalusa Paschael k says:

    It is now worthy subscribing to DSTV to watch our boys each week. The only problem will be the team to support when Leicester City is Playing Brighton & Hove Albion.

    With Fashion, there is no problem. Each time I tune in to ESPN I know it’s Fashion all the way. Like I have always said on this forum, discipline and hard work will always make you succeed. Equally, avoid bad people who do tattoos, drugs and women. These lead to the down fall of promising sports young men. AND PRIDE must be kept at arm’s length. GOOD LUCK MY BOYS!

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