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Big Bullets to decide on Emmanuel Zoya’s fee

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Nyasa Big Bullets are yet to decide on the transfer fee for defender, Emmanuel Zoya, who has reportedly passed trials at Zambian Super League side, Red Arrows.

The defender, who can play either as left-back or centre-back, underwent three-week trials in Zambia.

Zoya is discussing personal terms, including signing-on fees and duration of the contract, with Arrows.

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Bullets Chief Executive Officer, Fleetwood Haiya, said they were yet to come up with Zoya’s transfer free because they wanted the player to, first, agree personal terms with Arrows.

“We want to charge the fee when we are certain that Emmanuel is happy to join the team. We don’t want to stand in his way,” he said.

Haiya said Bullets will not come up with a prohibitive transfer fee because they believe in creating opportunities for players.

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“Recently, we sold Muhammad Sulumba to South Africa. The fee was negotiable and we felt it was a good deal for all parties,” he said.

Zoya said he was happy to pass the trials and promised to win a starting place in Arrows’ squad.

“The trials were not easy. About 20 foreign players attended [the trials] and I had to battle tooth and nail to be part of the team. The good thing is that I can fight my way [to earn a move] to Europe from here (Zambia),” he said.

Meanwhile, the former Civil Sporting Club captain has said he is happy to be named Best Defender for the 2017 TNM Super League season.

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