Another Kenyan forward moves to Zambia

Former Nakumatt FC striker Ismail Salim Dunga has joined bottom placed Zambian Premier League side, City of Lusaka Football Club on a three-month deal, this is according to several Zambian outlets. 

Dunga had reportedly reached an agreement with with Moroccan second division club,  Raja Beni Mella but in a shocking turn of events he has moved to Zambia joining Lusaka City,  a side that's firmly rooted at the bottom of the log and is starring at relegation.

After 26 rounds of league matches, the side has managed to pick a paltry 11 points 9 less than 19th placed Real Nakonde. The side last registered a win in April and need a quick turn in fortunes to survive what looks like an inevitable drop from the top tier.

Six Kenyans 

Dunga becomes the sixth Kenyan to move to the Zambian league; David Owino, Jesse Werem Teddy Akumu play for Zesco United while John Makwata and Clifton Miheso turn out for newbies Buidcon FC.

The widely travelled forward has featured for Tusker FC, SoNy Sugar, Mathare United and Congo United in the Kenyan Premier League.