Tapson Kaseba makes a comeback as Eagles welcome five new players

Tapson Kaseba makes a comeback as Eagles welcome five new players

Zambia Super League outfit Green Eagles has officially confirmed the addition of five new players to its roster.

Among the notable acquisitions are two Congolese talents: striker Sylva Nsana Tshitenge from AC Rangers and left-back Fitadi Matondo Olivier. Both players bring valuable experience from the Linafoot Vodacom League in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Tapson Kaseba, a former standout for the team, is also making a comeback to bolster the squad. Kaseba, who previously scored 18 goals for Eagles under the guidance of Aggrey Chiyangi, played a pivotal role in securing a fourth-place finish five years ago.

The club expressed its excitement about the signings, emphasizing their commitment to strengthening the team. Sylva Nsana Tshitenge joins on a six-month deal, with the possibility of an extension, while Fitadi Matondo Olivier has signed a one-year contract.

In addition to the Congolese duo, the team has secured the services of former Zambia U-20 National Team goalkeeper Prince Bwalya from Young Green Buffaloes, and defensive midfielder Stephen Mwaba from Power Dynamos, both on one-year deals. Furthermore, wing-back Liable Chijiba, formerly of Young Green Eagles, has been signed on a permanent basis.

Tapson Kaseba’s return from Kabwe Warriors adds further depth to the squad, with the club expressing confidence in the new recruits’ ability to contribute to its objectives for the season.

The newly acquired players may have the opportunity to showcase their talents as Eagles gear up for a challenging match against defending champions Power Dynamos at Choma’s Independence Stadium this Sunday

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