Rodgers Kola Departs Azam FC as Contract Expires, Club Seeks New Striker”

Tanzanian football club Azam FC has recently announced the departure of Zambian striker Rodgers Kola, as his contract with the team has come to an end. The decision to part ways with Kola marks a significant change in the club’s roster ahead of the upcoming season.

Rodgers Kola, 33 years old, joined Azam FC in 2021 from the MTN Super League side Zanaco. The striker brought his experience and skills to the Tanzanian club, hoping to make a positive impact on the team’s performance. However, after the expiration of his contract, both parties have decided to move in separate directions.

Throughout his career, Rodgers Kola has showcased his talents in various football leagues. Before his time with Azam FC, Kola had notable stints with teams such as F.C. Ashdod, Gent, Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona, Veria, Hapoel Ra’anana, Golden Arrows, Hapoel Bnei Lod, and Hapoel Rishon LeZion. His experience playing for these clubs has provided him with valuable exposure to different football styles and environments.

During his tenure at Azam FC, Kola contributed to the team’s efforts on the pitch, displaying his goal-scoring prowess and offensive capabilities. His time at the club allowed him to build relationships with teammates and immerse himself in Tanzanian football, leaving a lasting impression on both fans and colleagues.

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As Azam FC looks to the future, the departure of Rodgers Kola opens up new opportunities for the team to reshape its roster and recruit fresh talent. The decision to part ways with Kola is part of the club’s strategic planning, as they aim to maintain competitiveness in domestic and international competitions. Fans and football enthusiasts eagerly await the next chapter for Azam FC as they navigate the ever-evolving landscape of the beautiful game.

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Dennis Sikazwe

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