NAPSA STARS SRIKER SHINES

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Mukwima Chilala writes

A newly signed Zambia super league’s NAPSA Stars striker has described his first three months in the domestic league as a great experience.
Speaking in an interview with The Sun sport, NAPSA Stars striker and leading goal scorer Laudt Mavugo says he is happy working and playing at the Club.
The Burundi national team striker describes his scoring of 5 goals in his first three months of the season at NAPSA, as a very exciting and encouraging experience to his career.
“I’m very happy to stay in NAPSA, and excited to have scored 5 goals in the first half of my first season in the league,” he said.
Mavugo further says his target is to help his team NAPSA Stars by scoring as many goals as possible.
The new NAPSA Stars striker has been instrumental in his national team Burundi who he has helped qualify for its first Africa Cup of Nations final.
He is NAPSA stars top scorer with 5 goals having scored in almost all the games he has played for the team since arriving from Simba Football Club.

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