Gabonese international defender, Stevy Nzambe has become Usuthu’s latest signing as the 24 year old left back joins on a three year deal after a week-long trial with Coach Joey Antipas’ side.
AmaZulu General Manager welcomed the signing of the AS Mangasport defender.
“Stevy is a player who comes with huge pedigree, we’re excited to have him on board. He’s a leader with a lot of experience having been captain of the Gabon national team,” said Sokhela.
Nzambe hails from Sindara, a town in the Ngounie Province of Gabon. He has been a member of the Marseile reserves, and has captained the West Coast Central African nation at the 2012 London Olympics and has also featured for the French speaking nation’s senior side.
Sokhela also confirmed that a deal has been formalised for the signing of upcoming midfielder, Boysen Mbatha who joins on a three year deal from Jomo Cosmos.
Usuthu Head Coach Joey Antipas had this to say about Mbatha: “he’s an exciting talent, and a good ball player with vision. He’s an attacking player that can link up play well from the midfield,” said Antipas.Share