Sadomba moves to Libya


ZIMBABWE international striker Edward Sadomba has joined United States PGA Tour after completing a six-month spell in the United Arab Emirates, where he turned out for Ittihad Kalba.


He appeared in a Twitter picture yesterday posing with his new club’s officials.
Details of his move were not clear last night.

The former Harare United, Dynamos and Al-Hilal star spent the last six months in the United Arab Emirates where he had moved from Sudan with former Warriors right-back Noel Kaseke.

He had a six-month deal with Kalba, who finished the season at the bottom of the standings.

Sadomba won the Caf Champions League Golden Boot in 2011 and Caf Confederations Golden Boot in 2012.

He was nominated twice by Caf among best African players based in Africa in 2011 and 2012.

He has scored 23 goals in Caf Champions League and Confederations Cup games since 2008.

The Libyan Premier League has not played since 2011, having been abandoned in 2010-2011 due to the civil war, but is set to resume this year.


  1. Hey John, I think you made a mistake on the opening line. Is United States PGA Tour the name of the club?

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