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Isaac Chansa Returns to Pirates

Sports Isaac Chansa Returns to Pirates

Isaac Chansa has rejoined Orlando Pirates.
The Zambia midfielder returns to Pirates three seasons after leaving the South African club to join Helsingborgs of Sweden following the expiry of his contract with the European club.

Pirates confirmed Chansa’s return in news posted on its official website on Sunday evening.

“I am so happy to be back home at Pirates. The club always had a special place in my heart; therefore it was only natural to rejoin the team after my stint in Europe,”Chansa said.

Chansa was part of the Zambia national team at the just ended Africa cup in Angola where the 25-year-old played lone match.

The ex-Power Dynamos midfielder came on as a second half substitute against Cameroon on January 17 in a match Zambia lost 3-2 in Lubango.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Why do some Zambians think that joining the English premier is to be a star? It is just a house nigger mentality! Because our colonial master was from England, England is OUR house. Because our colonial masters were from England we must go to England to make it in life..what nonsense! When I was in Mozambique I found that Mozis also think that to make it you must go to Portugal. Imwe bantu these inferiority complexes should end!

  2. strong words from Soccer Fan No.2…
    but I think it has less to do with an “inferiority complex” as you allude to and more to do with the Premier League being one of the best (probably the best actually) football league in the world.

    • The thinking of us going to paly in England it should be out of our senses unless concidence.What am trying to put accross is, even in Africa there is better foot ball compared to what is happening in england and SA Kuzinvesa mwee banthu this two Countries not in our generation they will win the World Cup or Africa Cup.I agree with fun 4

  3. let’s support our players through and through regardless of the clubs they play for.But English soccer is superb not forgetting Laliga.When are we going to see Katongo or any Zed player in these two leagues?????????~o)~o)~o)coffee time!!!

  4. Ciroc my brother its got nothing to do with England being one of the best. Its the mentality of follow the master wherever he goes. Since 1964 Zambians have been hooked on Liverpool, Manchester United Leceister etc. This is because this is the league that is exposed to them on TV and in newspapers and magazines by journalists who think they have to tell us all what is happening in England. Brazil has won five world cups but we never watch Brazillian soccer! Go to Ivory Coast and you will see they are hooked on French football. . Had we been exposed to Germany football we would have been disciples of bundesliga football. Think deeply about it because its not only football the European media sets the agenda for Africa in all spheres

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