Former Chippa United defender Kelvin Moyo has joined struggling Zambia champions Nkana FC.
Earlier this month, Moyo tried his luck at Tanzania champions Simba SC but did not make the grade.
Instead, Simba went for Highlanders and Warriors rock solid defender Peter Muduhwa, who joined them on loan from the Zimbabwe giants last week.
The 27-year-old is expected to strengthen the Red Devils’ chase to retain the coveted title after a poor start to the season.
“Kelvin Moyo has joined Nkana FC from South African side Chippa United FC. Join us in congratulating and welcoming the Zimbabwean international central defender to Kalampa,” Nkana posted on their Facebook page.
The Red Devils have their title defence in total disarray following a rough patch that has left them clutching at straws.
Nkana has picked four wins, two draws, and six losses in their opening 12 league games.
This has left them in the relegation zone where they sit on 16th position with a paltry 14 points on their tally.
And head coach Kelvin Kaindu is seeking to bolster his defence. Moyo joins the Kalampa based side as a free agent, having spent the whole of last year unattached following his unceremonious exit from the Chilli Boys.
At his new club, he joins compatriots, defender Jimmy Dzingai and goalkeeper Talbert Shumba who are already established at the club
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By FARPost Reporter