Former KCC FC striker Tony Odur has been unveiled to the media and fans at new club Nkana FC.

The striker who joined the club on a one year deal in a move worth $ 11,000 as sign on fees arrived in Kitwe on Monday morning and put pen to paper on a one year deal but was unveiled on Tuesday at Nkana stadium.

Asked what fans should expect of him, Odur promised goals and insisted he is ready for the challenge.

“I’m ready for the challenge,” Odur told the press. “I’m here to make history and score many goals because that’s what the fans want”.

After the unveiling, the ex-Vipers SC and Express FC forward who netted 21 goals last season for KCC FC including 3 in the CAF champions league immediately trained with new teammates.

Nkana takes on Tunisia’s Etoile Du Sahel this weekend in the CAF confederations Cup but

Odur is expected to make his debut against Napsa on August 2 in the FAZ MTN football league since he is ineligible to play in the continental competition.

Nkana FC see the Ugandan international as a perfect replacement for Evans Kangwa who is on the brink of joining an unnamed Israel side. 

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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