Ice cream makers unveil Zambian midfielder on two-year deal ahead of new season
Azam FC has confirmed the signing of midfielder Charles Zulu from Cape Town, South Africa.
The Mainland Premier League club has hired a Zambian player after passing a medical at the Chamazi Ground on Sunday and has signed a two-year deal ahead of the new season.
Ice cream makers have confirmed the arrival of their player Social media pages “We are happy to announce the signing of Charles [Zulu] From Zambia on a two-year contract
“Zulu is coming from Cape Town, South Africa and we have sealed his services after agreeing terms with his club, which allowed him to go to Tanzania for medical and later signing and He will now start playing for us in 2021. 22 seasons
On making the transfer switch, Zulu said: “I am delighted to be part of the great squad after leaving Cape Town City and I know how ambitious the team is, and to do my best to win some trophies next season. Will
“It’s a new challenge for me but as always I will be ready to step in and give my support when the coach gives me the opportunity to start. I want to thank all those who This transition has become a reality and I am focused on it. Playing for the team in the new season.
Born in Lusaka, Zulu’s first team in the Zambian top flight was Zanako FC, before signing a four-year contract for Cape Town City on October 23, 2020.
At the youth level, he tied the U17, U20, and U23 levels before his senior career with Cambodia Polo in Zambia in 2014, playing 90 minutes in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Niger.
He scored his first goal for Zambia in the 2016 Cosafa Cup. The winner of the 3-2 victory over Lesotho.
In Azam, he will now ally with another Zambian team coach, Jorge Lindamina, who joined the ‘ice cream makers’ halfway through to replace current Romania’s Eristica Cuba, who was sacked after several poor results. had gone.
Azam is already forming a squad for next season and has managed to persuade his top striker Prince Dobb to extend his stay.