Zambia Super League side Prison Leopards have confirmed the acquisition of seven new players during the January transfer window.
Striker Isaac Ngoma returns to Kabwe after his impressive performance with Nkwazi.
Leopards have also acquired the services of Nkana youngster Fallo Manongo and Cameroonian forward Maximilian Elimbi.
“Prison Leopards Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of seven new players during the just ended January transfer window.
In a bid to strengthen the squad ahead of the second round, the Club has acquired the Services of three midfielders, two wingers and two strikers.
Cameroonian born striker Maximilian Elimbi joins us on a six months loan deal from ZESCO United Football Club and topman Isaac Ngoma returns to the Leopards family from Nkwazi Football Club on a two years contract.”
“The three midfielders who have joined the club on short term contracts are Charles Lubasi (from Jumulo), Mwaba Simpasa (from Riverplate) and a 21-year old Benson Adrone Banda (from Kabwe Warriors)
Other new players who have penned down short term deals with the club include; left winger Kenneth Phiri (from Lusaka Youth) and speed winger Fallo Manongo who joins the club on a six months loan deal from Nkana Football Club.”