Zimbabwean defensive midfielder Tichaona Chipunza has joined Zambia Super league side, Nkana.
The defending champions announced the 26-year-old’s arrival on their social media platforms on Tuesday.
The Zimbabwean international and former Chicken Inn FC defensive midfielder says he is happy to sign for Kalampa.
“I am so happy to join a big team not only in Zambia but Africa. Nkana has such rich history and it is one of the biggest teams on the continent,” Chipunza told the club’s media department.
“My expectations are that we are going to give it our best as a team because I am a team player. I expect to win things for Nkana and supporters will definitely see good performance,” he said.
Chipunza has made appearances for Zimbabwean U/23 national team and made his international debut for Zimbabwe in a 2-0 win against Mauritius at the 2015 COSAFA Cup.
He began his career in 2013 with Triangle United. After three seasons with the club, Chipunza signed for Dynamos.
Ahead of the 2018 Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League, Chipunza signed for Ngezi Platinum, following the expiry of his contract with Dynamos, after making 33 league starts. He then joined Chicken Inn in 2019.
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By Ofhani Munyai