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Mbesuma Receives Papers, Ready To Resurrect His Career

Collins Mbesuma will be looking forward to resurrecting his career, after receiving his work permit to play for his new team.

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As reported by the Siya crew, the Zambian striker who made a name for himself in South Africa with his scintillating performances for Kaizer Chiefs has signed with Maccabi FC in Gauteng’s ABC Motsepe League.

With a source close to the third tier club confirming to the Siya crew that the player’s papers have been received, the experienced Zambian will be expected to help the Mokete Tsotetsi-coached team in their quest to win promotion to the NFD via promotional play-offs at the end of the season.

“Collins Mbesuma has received his papers. He will be available for Maccabi to play in the play-offs,” said the source.

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Chiefs fans and the local football fraternity in general still remember Mbesuma for the 35-goal 2004/05 season he had in the colours of Amakhosi.

Maccabi are still at the top of the ABC Motsepe League log with only two matches remaining in their season.

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