Guwahati, June 24 (IANS) Indian Super League (ISL) franchise North East United FC on Wednesday retained Zambian international footballer Kondwani Mtonga for the second edition of the tournament.
The midfielder received his first international call up in 2009. He has won 19 caps for his country and was part of the group which won the 2012 African Cup of Nations.
“I am glad to stay with North East United FC for another season. I definitely have improved as a player over the past five months. I hope to build on from last season, and contribute towards the club picking up some silverware in the coming season,” he said in a release.
“I will do my best to contribute in the team’s success in any way I can and repay the faith shown in me by the team management.”
“We are extremely pleased to announce that Zambian international, Kondwani Mtonga, has been retained for the second season of the ISL. His presence in the middle of the park and superior aerial abilities shall be on show once again,” Northeast United FC said.
The midfielder made 13 appearances and scored 2 goals in 2014 ISL.