9.5 C
Alba Iulia
Friday, July 3, 2020

Taonga Bwembya stays at Mighty

Sports Taonga Bwembya stays at Mighty

 Taonga Bwembya
Taonga Bwembya

Mighty Mufulira Wanderers captain and star defender Taonga Bwembya says he is staying at Shinde ahead of the 2016 FAZ Super Division season.

Bwembya was instrumental as Mighty finished fifth in the ended league campaign.

In an interview from Mufulira, Bwembya confirmed that he turned down offers from a number of Super Division clubs.

“I have decided to stay at Mufulira Wanderers,” he said.

He was heavily linked with move to Zesco United.

“I received offers from other clubs but I am staying at Mighty,” Bwembya said.

The defender is among several players who reported back at Shinde Stadium for Mighty’s pre-season training that kicked off last week.

[Read 63 times, 1 reads today]

5 COMMENTS

Comments are closed.

- Advertisement -
Loading...

Latest News

UPND accuse PF of traversing the Country to look for UPND Councillors to Buy

The UPND on the Copperbelt says it is aware that the PF mob that traverses the Republic to look...

HOW ZESCO MADE AN IMAGINARY MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR LOSS

By Nchinde Mampuulwa The much-demonized Bulk Supply Agreement (BSA) between ZESCO Limited and Copperbelt Energy Corporation came to a-not-so-surprising end on the last day of...

Sean Tembo Supports Single Opposition Candidate, but it should not be HH or Kambwili

The Patriots for Economic Progress says it has noted with keen interest recent calls by leaders of the opposition UPND and NDC about the...

Mopani denies Owing Kitwe City Council K58 million

Mopani Mines has accused Kitwe City Council of increasing rates by 600% outside the binding agreement. On Wednesday, Kitwe City Council bailiffs pounced on Mopani...

MMD Youths launch Operation KU SEKWILA 2021

Opposition New Hope Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) Youths Yesterday launched the Operation KU SEKWILA 2021. Speaking yesterday at the MMD Secretariat, MMD Vice Youth...

More Articles In This Category

- Advertisement -
[Read 25 times, 1 reads today]