Simba Signing Spree Continues With Two More Signings
Simba summer recruitment drive shows no signs of slowing down with striker Chrispine Mungalu and midfielder Lary Bwalya the latest addition Steve Vandenbroeck’s squad.
Simba summer recruitment drive shows no signs of slowing down with striker Chrispine Mugalu and midfielder Lary Bwalya the latest addition to Steve Vandenbroeck’s squad.
Mugalu joins the Msimbazi Reds from Lusaka Dynamos while Bwalya joins from another Zambian Super League side Lusaka Dynamos.
Both players completed the formalities of the transfers on the weekend, with the Tanzania Premier League giants failing to disclose the length of their contract.
The 30-year-old Mugalu will be expected to lead the attack alongside veteran attacker Meddie Kagere ahead of an assault at next season’s Africa Champions League.
For the hugely talented Bwalya, he will partner with the likes of Bernard Marrion and Francis Kahata in the midfield.
The 25-year-old has already featured for the Zambian national team three times and is expected to show more of his exceptional skills at Simba.
His arrival also means the club now has two Zambians as he joins Cloutas Chama, who joined the side two seasons ago.
Mugalu and Bwalya add to the number of foreign players already at the club. Luis Miquissone from Mozambique, Meddie Kagere from Rwanda, Francis Kahata and Joash Onyango from Kenya, Tairone Santos and Gerson Fraga from Brazil are already in the books of the Dar es Salaam giants.
Simba is also the home of midfielder Deogratius Kanda from DR Congo, defender Pascal Wawa of Ivory Coast, midfielder Sahraf Shiboub of Sudan.