A three-month struggle in searching for a new club has ended for a former Kaizer Chiefs and Royal Eagles striker, after signing a new PSL deal.
David Zulu has put pen to paper with Baroka, where he will be playing under the team’s head coach, Wedson Nyirenda.
Zulu, 32, impressed during his trial with Bakgaga during their pre-season. Having finished the season without a club after being released from Eagles in April, Zulu will hope to revive his career with the Limpopo-based outfit in the new season.
In other news from Baroka, the club has also added Swaziland’s Golden Boot winner, Charles Molapo, to their squad. Molapo, the 28-year-old, scored 17 goals for Swaziland’s Malanti Chiefs – a feat which earned the Balfour-born player a move to the PSL.
Still with Baroka, the club has confirmed signing Chiefs’ starlet Emmanuel Letlotlo on a loan deal.