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Bruce Musakanya joins Kansanshi

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Kansanshi Dynamos have bolstered their squad with the signing of former Chipolopolo Boys midfielder Bruce Musakanya and striker Dave Daka.

Musakanya has joined from Red Arrows while Daka have trekked to Solwezi from Power Dynamos.

Musakanya has joined the Tenant Chilumba coached side on a long season loan while Daka, a former international, has penned a two-year deal with the newly promoted Super Division side.

“We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Zambian International Bruce Musakanya from Red Arrows and Daka,” Kansanshi confirmed in a brief statement posted on their Facebook page.

Musakanya was last season on loan at champions Zesco United and has had a loan stint at Nkana before while Daka was wearing the colours of Power Dynamos last season.

Before moving to Power, Daka featured for Zanaco and Zesco.

The duo joins Kasashi Lupiya, Ghanian Zikiru Adams and Zimbabwean Praise Tonha as coach Chilumba’s new acquisitions.

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