Zambian midfielder Ngosa Sunzu has joined FK club Teplice in Czech Republic after impressing the technical bench following a two weeks trial period.
The Stínadlech based outfit confirmed the acquisition of the former Zambia U-20 national team midfielder in a story on their website monitored by the ZambianSports Crew.
The young brother to 2012 AFCON winner Stophila Sunzu will first join the Teplice B team before making his way to the first team the club football director Rudolf Řepka revealed.
Ngosa spent last season at Israeli second tier side Beitar Tel Aviv Bat Yam where he played 28 league matches and four cup matches here.
Ngosa was part of Zambia’s U23 national team that played at the African Cup of Nations in 2019. He started all three matches played that the Beston Chambeshi coached side played at the tournament in Egypt.
He was also part of the Zambia U-20 national team that played at the 2017 U-20 World Cup and went on to reach the quarter-finals for the first time in the history of the nation.