The ‘Ice Cream Makers’ introduced the Zambian midfielder before the new season on a two-year contract
Azam FC have confirmed the signing of midfielder Charles Zulu from Cape Town, South Africa.
The Premier League club in the mainland acquired the services of the Zambian player after passing medically on Chamazi grounds on Sunday and drafting a two-year contract before the new season.
The ‘Ice Cream Makers’ confirmed the player’s arrival on them social media pages by saying: “We are pleased to announce the signing of Charles [Zulu] of Zambia on a two-year contract.
“Zulu arrives from Cape Town, South Africa, and we sealed his services after agreeing on terms with his club, which allowed him to travel to Tanzania for the medical and subsequent signing, and he will now be with us in 2021. start playing. 22 season. ”
On the switch, Zulu said: ‘I am delighted to be part of the Azam squad after leaving Cape Town, and I know how ambitious the team is and will do my best to ensure we win trophies next season.
‘This is a new challenge for me, but as always I will be willing to step in and make my contribution when the coach gives me the opportunity to start, I want to thank everyone who realizes this transfer and I am focused on to begin. to play in the new season for the team. ”
Zanaco FC, born in Lusaka, was the first team from Zulu in the Zambian top flight before signing a four-year contract for Cape Town City on 23 October 2020.
At youth level, he was achieved at U17, U20 and U23 level before making his senior debut for the Chipolopolo in Zambia in 2014 and playing 90 minutes in a qualifying match of the Africa Cup of Nations in 2015 against Niger.
He scored his first goal for Zambia during the Cosafa Cup in 2016; the winner in the 3-2 victory over Lesotho.
At Azam, he will now reunite with another Zambian – coach George Lwandamina – who joined the Ice Cream Makers in the midst of the current campaign to replace Romanian Aristica Cioaba, who was sacked after ‘ a series of poor results.
Azam are already building a squad for next season and have also managed to convince their leading scorer Prince Dube to extend his stay.