Musasa looks for new start in Angola
Former Kaizer Chiefs and Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Kabamba Musasa is set to sign for the Angolan league runners-up Primeiro Agosto.
The former Democratic Republic of Congo international is to report this weekend when the army club begin their pre-season preparations in Luanda, the Angola sports daily Jornal dos Desportos reported.
Musasa, who also had brief spells at Maritzburg United and Mpumalanga Black Aces, was last playing in the Israeli second division. He also compete in the top flight in Turkey.
The 30-year-old, who played at the 2004 and 2006 African Nations Cup finals for his team, is originally from Lubumbashi club FC St Eloi Lupopo, who won the Vodacom Challenge in 2002, the first team from outside of South Africa to win the prestigious pre-season tournament.
After that tournament, Kaizer Chiefs bought Musasa, who they hoped would become a prolific scorer but who never lived up to expectations.
He did score 10 goals in his first season at AmaKhosi but ended with just four in the following campaign, playing a bit part as Chiefs won the league. He was completely usurped by Collins Mbesuma when Chiefs won a second championship in 2005.