- Duncan Ochieng, Duke Abuya, and Harun Shakava, the Kenyan internationals are back to Zambia and are already training with their club Nkana FC the most successful league club in Zambia with 12 tittles and second overall winning 43 trophies, 6 behind Mufulira Wanderers.
Nkana FC is also one of Zambia’s oldest football clubs having been formed in 1935 in Kitwe’s Wusakili township. It is the only Zambian team to reach the finals.
After the Zambian super league did halt because of the coronavirus pandemic, the trio has been in the country for over two months and due to the fact that the league now is back to action, they had to travel back to Zambia for training.
“The team needed them back as soon as possible and they made arrangements to ensure they travel back to Zambia. They rejoined the team on Sunday and resumed training on Monday 20th July,” an anonymous source told.
Former Gor Mahia defender Musa Mohammed, who also turns out for Nkana, is yet to link up with the Nkana FC club.
“His contract has expired and he is in advanced talks with the club. He should be going back to Zambia before the end of the week unless he gets a very solid offer from another club,” the source said.
Jesse Were, Kenyan professional footballer, who plays as a striker for Zambia super league club Zesco united and the Kenyan national team scored a late equalizer for Zesco United as they played out a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Kansanshi Dynamos on Sunday afternoon in a Zambian Premier League match.