- RTSA caution all road users against lawlessness during Kulamba and Likumbi Lya Mize traditional ceremoniesPosted 2 hours ago
- Proflight halves its fares for kidsPosted 18 hours ago
- President Sata fires Wynter KabimbaPosted 18 hours ago
- President Michael Sata has a mandate to govern Zambia up to 2016 and possibly beyond says Inonge WinaPosted 1 day ago
- Botswana blocks trucks from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) following reports of Ebola outbreak in DRCPosted 1 day ago
- Atlas Mara Completes BancABC AcquisitionPosted 2 days ago
- UNHCR Deputy Chief arrivesPosted 2 days ago
- ZAWA impounds truck containing 1,855 kgs of assorted game meatPosted 2 days ago
- Zambia Railways Limited and Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) accelerate rehabilitation works on the inter-mine rail linkPosted 2 days ago
- Emirates ‘bags’ its advertisingPosted 2 days ago
Njobvu quits Israeli champions
- Updated: July 13, 2012
Zambia midfielder William Njobvu has quit Israeli champions Kiryat Shmone by mutual consent.
Njobvu moves from Kiryat after three years at the newly crowned Israeli league champions to sign a two-year deal at Hapoel Be’er Sheva.
The 24-year-old told MTNFootball.com that he was not disappointed that he has missed an opportunity to play UEFA Champions League football this coming season.
“I left the club by mutual consent,” Njobvu said.
“The way it is now, it’s the way it’s supposed to be and I am not looking back and only just looking forward to the start of the league.”
He joins Be’er Sheva, who finished 13th in the regular season of the 2011/2012 Israeli league.
“I am happy to have moved to this club,” Njobvu said.
“I feel it’s a good move considering that last season I did not play more because of the injury and this move will give me an opportunity to play more games.”
Njobvu missed the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations due to a knee injury sustained in a league game with Kiryat in early January and had to undergo surgery that saw him out of action for three weeks.