Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Lewis Macha has returned to Zambian Super League and joined Green Eagles.

The Zambian international striker Lewis Macha had a promising start in South Africa after scoring in a derby during a pre-season tournament Carling Black Label Cup.

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But afterwards he had only made six appearances in all competitions and failed to score before moving on to Baroka.

After one season with Baroka, the striker had a short spell at Zesco United before joining Mozambican side Ferroviario.

The 30-year-old has now joined Green Eagles as the free agent after recently playing in Zanzibar, penning a one-year-contract with an option to extend.

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The former Zambia U20 striker is expected to lead the line for Eagles and get them back in the title race, as they are currently 10 points behind league leader Power Dynamos with 14 games remaining.

This will be the fourth Zambian Super League club the much travelled striker will be featuring for.

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