Former Zesco United midfielder Justin Zulu has joined his former coach George Lwandamina at Tanzanian side Young Africans SC (Yanga) after he signed a one year deal with the club on Thursday.
The deal was confirmed to supersport.com by Fifa Intermediary Nir Karin.
"Justine Zulu has signed a one year deal with Young Africans SC in Tanzania. I think he is a good addition to Yanga because of his experience with the Zambia national team and also with clubs in Israel, Cyprus and South Africa.
"He will join coach George Lwandamina who was his coach at Zesco United. I think it is a good move for him and Yanga. I wish them the best," said Karin from Dar es Salaam.
Zulu has previously played for Zesco United, Kabwe Warriors (both in Zambia), Hapoel Beer Sheva, Bnei Lod, Rishon Lezion (all in Israel), Paralimni in Cyprus and Golden Arrows in South Africa.
He was part of the Zambia U20 national team which played in the 2007 Fifa U20 World Cup in Canada.
He made his senior national team debut in 2011.