Bornwell Mwape of AmaZulu was full of smiles after scoring during the National Football Division match between AmaZulu and Witbank Spurs at the King Zwelithini Stadium in Umlazi, South Africa on August 22, 2015 ©Gerhard Duraan/BackpagePix
Thursday Jul 28, 2016. 11:09
News coming through from Zambia is that former AmaZulu striker Bornwell Mwape has joined Nkana FC on a two-year deal.
The Post of Zambia website reports that the ex-Nchanga Rangers hitman has returned home in an attempt to revive his ailing football career.
Following changes to Usuthu's technical team ,ahead of the new 2016/17 National First Division campaign, Mwape was released by the Durban outfit.
Their new coach, Joey Antipas, has opted to part ways with Mwape who was given the freedom of finding a club of his choice.
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According to Nkana CEO, Ken Mwansa, the 24-year-old has signed a two-year deal and this was confirmed on Wednesday.
“Bornwell Mwape has joined the club and has signed a two-year contract,” said Mwansa.
The Chipolopolo international was once considered Zambia’s brightest prospect due to his goal-scoring exploits during his time at Nchanga Stadium
However, his form took a dive after joining the South African NFD outfit in 2015 and now joins former Golden Arrows and Polokwane City defender Joseph Musonda at Nkana. CLICK HERE TO VISIT AFRICAN FOOTBALL ZAMBIA