Napsa Stars sign former Southampton striker
Former Southampton striker Emmanuel Mayuka has joined Napsa Stars on a permanent deal.
The 2012 AFCON winner has been training with the Pensioners for some time now and finally pens a deal but the length has not been disclosed.
“NAPSA Stars Football Club has concluded its mid-season transfers with the signing of 2012 AFCON champion, former Southampton FC and Chipolopolo striker Emmanuel Mayuka on a permanent contract.”
The club has also signed Kenyan goalkeeper Shabaan Odhoji on a permanent deal from Gor Mahia.
“The Pensioners have also signed Kenyan international goalkeeper Shaaban Odhoji on a permanent contract from Kenyan Premier League side Gor Mahia FC.”
The two new acquisitions bring the total number of players signed by Napsa Stars in this window to four with the first two being striker Tapson Kaseba and midfielder Daniel Adoko who joined the Pensioners two weeks ago.
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