Nkana coach Beston Chambeshi says he is satisfied with the quality of the 13 players the Wusakile club has signed for the 2015 season.

Nkana have signed ex-Napsa Stars goalkeeper Scott Ngokane, striker Djunese Kanda from Indeni, Josphat Kasusu from Kalulushi Modern Stars and defender Given Sinyangwe from Roan United among others.

Chambeshi hopes the newly acquired players will add value to the team.

“It is good we have signed mostly young players. I believe they will add value to the team,” he said.

Strikers Ronald Chibwe and Chanda Mushili, midfielder Austin Muwowo and another midfielder Hosea Silwimba have all joined Nkana from Konkola Mine Police.

“I am happy with the performance of these players in training. I hope they will fit in well in the team,” Chambeshi said.

Meanwhile, Nkana kicked off their 2015 pre-season training on Monday.

A litany of players among them controversial ex-Zesco United defender Perry Mubanga were spotted attending trials at Nkana Stadium.

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  2. I happy with this ‘GOOD NEWS’ from KALAMPA family only wishing our club all the BEST 2015/2016 season.



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