Bwalya: Joining Usuthu a great achievement

Rally Bwalya on the attack during the CAF Confederation Cup 2021/22 football match between Simba and RS Berkane

New AmaZulu FC midfielder Rally Bwalya has explained that joining the club is a great achievement for him as a player.

The Zambia international was snapped Usuthu from Tanzania side Simba as the KwaZulu-Natal giants reinforced their squad ahead of the 2022-23 season.

Bwalya, who helped Simba clinch the Tanzanian Premier League title, made it clear that he aims to help AmaZulu do well and that he wants to be recognised as a good player in the PSL.

β€œJoining AmaZulu is a good achievement for me because I have been watching AmaZulu for a long time,” Bwalya said.

“It is a club that is known, especially in my country Zambia, people love watching the PSL. So, I think it is a team that is not new to me, it is a team that I know and I think it is a great club.”

The 27-year-old revealed that he watched Usuthu matches last season with his compatriot Augustine Mulenga, who recently parted ways with the club, in action for the team.

“Last season [Augustine] Mulenga was playing for this team and I was able to watch the games,” the former Power Dynamos and Zanaco player continued.

β€œI just have to work hard and do my best to help the club go forward because as a player, you dream of playing well, achieving your goals and helping the club to do well in order to be recognised as a good player.”

AmaZulu’s new players are Bwalya, Veluyeke Zulu, Riaan Hanamub, Thendo Mukumela, Dumisani Zuma, Augustine Kwem, Ethan Brooks and Frank Mhango.