Mang’oli ditches AFC Leopards for Sofapaka

Sofapaka have finally captured AFC Leopards midfielder Bernard Mang’oli.

Bernard Mang’oli in action during a past match.

The midfielder had been heavily linked with a move to the Batoto ba Mungu soon as June transfer window opened and his confirmation has now ended the roumor.

Sofapaka media liaison Mike Smith has told P Live that the player is being unveiled at the club’s training ground (Eastleigh High School) today (Wednesday).

“We will be unveiling Bernard Mang’oli from AFC Leopards on Wednesday at the training ground. As our head Coach Sam Ssimbwa always tell the public, this season we will be competitors not participants; so we must have such players.”

Mang’oli joins other 13 new players who were unveiled last week by the club.

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