Ecco City Greens attacking midfielder Robert ‘Cliff’ Tamba is back to his team after going for a month’s trials at BidvestWits while waiting for the South African club to decide on his fate.
The 23 year old Zimbabwean mid fielder has been with the Francistown based team for the past two seasons and has played a crucial part in the club’s stay in the premier league.
Speaking to Voice Sport this week, Tamba said Wits coach Rojar De Sa was been impressed by his performance during the trials adding that he gained invaluable experience in his long stay with De Sa’s club.
The attacking midfielder further told Voice Sports about the impressive set up at the Wits home and the professional way the club is being run.
“The coach was quite impressed, the only problem they have is that the team already has seven foreign players, while the quota allows them to only sign five. However I’m still hopeful that they will sign me, for now they are approaching other teams to loan some of the foreign players so that I can get an opportunity to be signed. However I still have a contract with Ecco and if they do not call me, I will stay,” said Tamba.
Meanwhile, new Ecco’s goalkeeper from Boteti Young Fighters Chamunorwa Madamombe did not play in their first beMobile encounter.
Coach Maxwell Moyo told Voice Sport after the game that Madamombe is still sorting out his work permit with the hope that it will be ready before the next game.
Ecco registered its first win beating their rivals Tafic 4-0 in a pulsating Francistown derby this past Sunday.
Moyo said the players’ performance, hard work and commitment could see his team in the top four position at the end of the season.

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joe junior

let him go, ke a itse gore o tshaba chiefs. no problm re tla sala re betsa ba ba setseng