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- AmaZulu welcomed their new signing, Zambian international, Rally Bwalya to the club with a special welcome video
- AmaZulu added two new stars following their earlier signing spree, as they signed Rally Bwalya and Ethan Brooks
Rally Bwalya is ready to hit the ground running.
The Zambian international signed for AmaZulu FC from Tanzania’s Simba SC.
Bwalya was one of two new additions to the KwaZulu-Natal outfit, alongside Ethan Brooks, that were announced on Sunday, iDiskiTimes reported.
The club officially welcomed the duo today with special video posts on their social media pages, with Bwalya describing it as a good achievement for him.
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He explained that AmaZulu is a team that he has watched for a long time he knows that it is a great club.
“I just have to work hard and help the club go forward. Every player dreams of playing well and achieving their goals in a season.”
He added that he just wanted to help the club grow and be recognised as a good player.
AmaZulu have shown serious intent in the transfer window, already bringing in Dumisani Zuma, Riaan Hanamub, Augustine Chidi Kwem Thendo Mukuhmela, Hellings Frank Mhango and Veluyeke Zulu.
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Dumisani Zuma and Hellings Frank “Gabadinho” Mhango are looking forward to a fresh start at AmaZulu FC.
Zuma was released by Kaizer Chiefs after numerous disciplinary issues, while Mhango was sent to Usuthu in a swap deal with Orlando Pirates. Tapelo Xoki went the other way.
The two players have now opened up about their moves, highlighting what they aim to bring to the club.
AmaZulu FC follow in Kaizer Chiefs' footsteps and release 15 players including Luvuyo Memela and Abraham Majok
AmaZulu are not wasting time in preparing for the new season.
While the Amakhosi announced that seven players would not have their contracts renewed and released one, AmaZulu have released 15 players.