Fungai Muderere

Sports Reporter 

FORMER Warriors midfielder, Thabani “Scara” Kamusoko, believes he can still add value to a club after his move to ZIFA Eastern Region Division One side, Triangle United.

His last attachment was at Zambian Premiership side Nkana FC.

Kamusoko (36), who played for Njube Sundowns on the domestic scene, said:

“It’s all about having a new challenge in life as I’m now with Triangle United. I have been training with the club for some time as we await the start of the league. 

“I’m still in the game as I’m also still assessing the situation to see how it goes with my career. 

“When the right time comes, other decisions will be made.”

Kamusoko also turned out for Zesco United in Zambia. He had a dance in Tanzania where he featured for Young Africans.

At Triangle United, he has joined a club which has also managed to lure other seasoned players like Ali Sadiki, Brian Juru and Dominic Mukandi.

“It is always pleasing to join a club that boasts of experienced players. It’s all about mixing youth and experience in a game of football and I believe we will do well,” said Kamusoko.

“I weighed options and settled for this side. 

“I would like to be part of players who will bring glory to this community. There are a lot of reasons for optimism.”

Triangle United are now under the guidance of Arthur Tutani, who is a specialist in guiding clubs from Division One into the Premiership.

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