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Ngoma cuts ties with Ittihad of Alexandria, nears Arrows move
Zambian Olympic striker Patrick Ngoma has parted ways with Egyptian Premier League outfit Ittihad of Alexandria, as he nears a move to Zambia’s Red Arrows.
The striker was one of three players released by the club, the other two being Gambian international Alieu Darbo, and Mohamed Samir.
Ngoma – who signed for Zaeem El Thaghr in August 2015 – is nearing a return to his boyhood club Red Arrows, as per ZamFoot.
The report also states that Ngoma was apparently displeased by the club’s failure to meet “contractual obligations”, and that he has started training with Red Arrows.
The 18-year-old becomes the second Zambian player to abort his contact with the Alexandrian outfit, after Felix Katongo in 2014-15, who was later sanctioned by FIFA.