2 January 2018

Zambia: Lusaka Dynamos Player Mayembe Joins Zim Team

LUSAKA Dynamos midfielder Shadreck Mayembe has joined Zimbabwean Premier Soccer League champions FC Platinum.

The Player's agent Chiti Chitundu confirmed that Mayembe had joined Platinum on a two-year deal ahead of the 2018 season.

"Mayembe has signed a two year deal with Platinum, his contract with Lusaka Dynamos expired on December 31," Chitundu said.

Platinum FC will be representing Zimbabwe in the CAF Champions League have signed Mayembe ahead of the registration deadline.

Mayembe had stints with Napsa Stars and was off loaded in the 2016 season and joined Dynamos.

Meanwhile, Napsa has lost about five players ahead of the 2018 season.

Napsa will be without Yourember Banda who has signed with Green Buffaloes ahead of the CAF Confederation Cup kick off.

Defender Solomon Sakala is also rumoured to be heading to Zesco United while Chitiya Mususu and Chitoshi Mukuma went to across city rivals Zanaco who will again be campaigning in the CAF Champions League for the second year running.


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