The Chipolopolo squad FAZ has submitted to CAF at the ongoing African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Rwanda indicates that defender Christopher Munthali is a Nkana player.

Power Dynamos have filed in an official complaint to the Football Association of Zambia over Nkana’s alleged illegal signing of Munthali.

The player and Nkana insist they have a contract from Power that states the defenders stay at Arthur Davies ended on December 31, 2015.

According the Zambian team list that has been published by CAF, Munthali is a Nkana player.

He has so far featured in two of the three games Zambia have played in Rwanda.

Meanwhile, Power have produced their two-year contract with Munthali that runs from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2016.

The contract was an extension of his previous deal that expired at the end of the 2014 season when he returned to Power after a two-year loan stay at Nkana.

But Munthali has promised to produce the contract he says expired last December when he returns from Rwanda.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Ba power naimwe bweshenimo umutima, kwati teimwe ba neighbour, you requested us over Jimmy Ndlobvu and we had no objections taking into account the players interest of wanting to play for you. We want Munthali and he himself want to be at Nkana imwe fyakosa.

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    • Akantu ni contract. If the guy is still contracted to Power then Nkana should “buy” him from the former. As it were, Nkana is trying to get him free of charge. So he should just produce the contract he has, compare it with the one Power produced ninshi twasova.

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  2. But what is FAZ saying about this issue? They should have records of tranfers and contracts of players at football house.

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  3. If we are serious with Club Licensing then FAZ must ensure that parties to the agreement/contract learn to respect the terms of the contract. I know how credible and trustworthy Power Dynamos is. if it is discovered that the player was helped to alter some clauses without the consent of the other party, then the perpetrators must be smoked out and punished severely.

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