Kenyan midfielder shifts clubs in Zambia
Kenyan midfielder Victor Majid has ditched Prison Leopards for Kabwe Warriors FC in the Zambian Super League according to reports.
Majid joined Prisons in April this year in a bid to help the team escape relegation but didn’t get his wish as they were relegated to the nation’s second division after finish last in the league after accumulating just nine points in 18 games.
Prior to joining Prison, Majid featured for AFC Leopards in the Kenyan Premier League where he had left in March
Kenyans in Zambia
Zambia has been a home for so many Kenyans with a chunk of players having joined the league in recent years. Jesse Were, David Owino and Anthony Akumu who are at Zesco United, Elvis Rupia at Power Dynamos, Musa Mohammed and Duncan Otieno at Nkana FC, Andrew Tololwa and Ian Otieno at Red Arrows are the others in the nation’s top flight league.
Kabwe Warriors finished fourth in the just concluded season with 31 points; two points below eventual winners Zesco United.
The team further confirmed via their official Facebook feed that they have officially written to Romeki Football Club' for the transfer of Biston Banda. The Player has agreed terms ahead of a move to Kabwe. No contract has been agreed yet on both parties but Warriors are optimistic of completing the deal.
Apart from AFC Leopards and Chemelil Sugar FC, Majid has previously represented KCB FC in the Kenyan scene.
Image by AFC Leopards
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