Warriors ‘poach’ Chiluya
Written by Millennium on August 16, 2019
MUKWIMA CHILALA writes
‘MAGNIFICENT’ Kabwe Warriors have signed former Under- 20 star Prosper Chiluya on a one-year long loan basis to bolster their squad ahead of the season.
Chiluya joins Warriors having spent the last one year on the sidelines without seeing an action.
The former Under-20 left back returned to Zambia from the USA were he had a stint after staring for Zambia at the junior AfCON and World Cups respectively.
He was earlier linked with a move to Nkwazi which could not however materialize and later another near move to Zanaco earlier last season but injury hampered the deal.
Chiluya expressed happiness to have joined the magnificent people’s team.
He said his objective was to break into the main team and get some game time.
Chiluya however appealed to club fans to give him support as he settles at his new club.
“Thank you for welcoming me at Kabwe Warriors, my objective for this coming season is to break into the main team and get game time, and help my new team do well and improve on last season’s performance,
“I need support from Kabwe Warriors supporters. As a young and upcoming player I need their support so that I can perform better on the pitch.
Chiluya said the more the supporters gave him support the more they gave him confidence to perform.
He promised to do his best every time he was given a chance to play.
Chiluya has joined Warriors on a one year loan deal from Kafue Celtic.
Meanwhile Warriors have also welcomed demoted Circuit City defender Dominic Chanda on a three-year loan basis.
Chanda was impressive for Circuit having scored four goals for the demoted side.
“I am happy to be here and to sign for Kabwe Warriors. It’s a legendary team and it has always been my dream to play for the team. I promise to put in my best for the team and help it finish in the top four,” he told the Kabwe Warriors media.
Chanda is a former defender from Circuit City and joins Kabwe Warriors on a permanent basis. Warriors will be hoping to replicate their transitional league performance by challenging for this season’s title