Sinkala ponders future
Published On December 8, 2014 » 2821 Views» By Davies M.M Chanda » Football, Sports
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By KALUMIANA KALUMIANA –
CHIPOLOPOLO midfielder Nathan Sinkala has disclosed that his future at Swiss club Grasshoppers will be decided after the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals.
The deputy Chipolopolo captain has not made any league appearance for Grasshoppers since returning from Equatorial Guinea 2015 AFCON qualifying duty in late October.
Sinkala said in an interview from Zurich it was too soon to say whether he will extend his loan stay at the club.
“The club is in sixth position now but I will know about my future after the Africa Cup,” said Sinkala, who is currently on a six-month loan deal at Grasshopper from DR Congo giants TP Mazembe that expires this month.
The midfielder has played just seven league games with his last match coming on October 4.
This is Sinkala’s second loan stint in Europe after a successful stay at demoted French club Sochaux in January where played 15 games during his six month stay at the club. The Swiss league is currently on recess for the winter break and will resume February 7.
Meanwhile, Africanfootball.com reports that Zambia striker Rodgers Kola is currently Africa’s most prolific player in the Israeli top flight after the 25-year-old striker scored seven goals for league leaders Ironi Kiryat Shmona after 12 matches played so far in the 2014/2015 season.
Kola is also number two on the top-scorers charts and is six goals behind Israeli midfielder Eran Zahavi of Maccabi Tel Aviv.
The Zambian is one of two Africans inside the top 10 together with Nigeria Under-20 striker Olarenwaju Ayoba who has five goals.
Kola’s compatriot Evans Kangwa at Hapoel Ra’anana has three goals so far this season. Kola is currently in his second season at Kiryat Shmona where he is on loan from Belgian club KAA Gent.
His last appearance for Zambia came last March in a friendly against Uganda that Chipolopolo won 2-1 in Ndola in which only the striker played the opening 30 minutes before limping off with an injury.

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