Ex-Gor Mahia Captain Musa Mohammed could join Zambian club Kabwe Warriors

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If the deal goes through, Mohammed will join the growing list of Kenyan players in the Zambian league

Former Gor Mahia captain Musa Mohamed could make it to nine the total number of Kenyan players in the Zambian Premier League if a deal is muted with Kabwe Warriors FC.

Mohammed has been clubless after he abruptly terminated his contract with KF Tirana of Albania; a side he joined after guiding K’Ogalo to a league title in the 2017 season.

According to reports from Zambia, Mohammed, who captained Harambee Stars to a second place finish in the Hero International Cup in India last week, could sign for Warriors in the coming days.

Mohammed also captained the national team to a Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup victory in December 2017.

To many Kenyan football fans, Kabwe Warriors are best remembered domestically for their 3-1 victory against AFC Leopards in the 1981 Cecafa Club Cup before losing 2-1 to eventual winners Gor Mahia in the semi-final.

If the deal goes through, Mohammed will join the growing list of Kenyan players in the Zambian league.

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They include Zesco United trio of David Owino, Jesse Were and Anthony Akumu; Clifton Miheso and John Mark Makwatta who plays for Buildcon FC.

Others Ismail Dunga for Napsa FC and Red Arrows duo of Ian Otieno and Andrew Tolowa.

 

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