2 January 2013

Zambia/Congo-Brazzaville: Power's Sitali Joins DRC Club

POWER Dynamos skipper, Joseph Sitali has ditched the 2012 MTN Premier Division League runners-up for DR Congo side, CS Don Bosco.

Sources at the Lubumbashi-based club said yesterday that Sitali had signed a three-year contract with Don Bosco.

Sitali, who was Zambia's 2012 Footballer of the Year finalist, clinched his first-ever professional move on Monday, joining his former Power trainer, Fordson Kabole.

The source said Don Bosco, who will be making the African Confederation Cup debut this year, have embarked on a massive player-recruitment drive.

Sitali, a 26-year-old midfielder, joined Power from Kitwe United in 2008 and has eight international caps for the Chipolopolo.

Power were however unavailable to comment on Sitali's move.

The source said Don Bosco, who won the 2012 Congo Cup, have also recruited former Green Buffaloes defensive midfielder, Osward Kalamba.

Ghana's Berekum Chelsea are also believed to sold their player Ibrahim Issaka to the ambitious Don Bosco.

Don Bosco will first South African team, Supersport United in the Confederation Cup.

Zambian defender, Davies Nkausu and midfielder, Clifford Mulenga play for Supersport.

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