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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Injured Chakawa’s Zesco move in limbo

Sports Injured Chakawa's Zesco move in limbo

The proposed move of Choma Eagles goalkeeper Satchmo Chakawa to FAZ Super League champions Zesco United is uncertain after he suffered injuries in a fatal car accident last month.

Chakawa was coming from transfer talks at Zesco when he was involved in the accident together with defender Nyambe Mulenga and Under-17 midfielder Changwe Kalale on December 14 in Kabwe.

Zesco secretary Justin Mumba said the club will decide whether to sign the keeper when he recovers.

“For Chakawa we have to wait and see how he is recovering before we talk about signing him,” Mumba said.

He will be out of action for at least three months.

Chakawa was outstanding in goal as promoted Eagles finished seventh in the 2014 Super League campaign.

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