Napsa coach Patrick Phiri has continued to add experience to his squad with former internationals Songwe Chalwe, Billy Mwanza and Adubelo Phiri being the latest inclusions.
Napsa who lie sixth on the log have been labeled by many as the ‘KK11’ as they fielding a squad which has players who where at least in touch with the famous KK11.
Songwe Chalwe formerly of Red Arrows has had stints with a number of PSL clubs including Kaizer chiefs, and Golden Arrows and will now be under the tutelage of his former national team coach. Songwe was scheduled to be named in the Napsa game over the weekend in which they lost 3 – 2 at home to Zesco but had picked a knock in training.
He will be joining his elder brother Linos Chalwe another former international upfront.
Patrick Phiri has also brought in former international Billy Mwanza on loan. Billy played for Zesco in the first part of the season was typically known a nonsense and old fashioned defender in his prime was part of the 2006 and 2008 African Cup of Nations squads but was out of favour under Herve Renard as well as Dario Bonetti.
Another interesting acquisition is former Super league top scorer Dube Phiri who was on the books of Red Arrows. Adubelo has stints in Angola as well.
So far the veterans are doing the job for Napsa and Patrick Phiri wants more of them