Defender Eddie Munjoma has signed with USL Championship Phoenix Rising FC following his release at MLS side FC Dallas.
The 24-year-old had his deal not renewed by the top-flight club after making seventeen appearances in two seasons.
Munjoma will be with Phoenix for the 2023 season.
Speaking after signing the contract, the defender said: “I have aspirations of playing at the next level and eventually overseas, but there is no amount of personal success I can have without the team doing well. That will be my priority. I’m excited to be joining a franchise with aspirations of winning it all. With the club’s history of winning in this league, there’s no reason we cannot achieve our goals this season.”
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Phoenix head coach Juan Guerra added “We’re very excited to have Eddie with us. He is a young, talented player that comes from an organization with a very similar style of play.
“He has a lot of technical ability and speed. Most of all, he is hungry and he wants to be here in Phoenix.”
Munjoma will link with other players with Zimbabwean players – Tapiwa Shumba and Lucky Mkosana – in the USL Championship.
Meanwhile, the defender is yet to represent his birth country at any level. This makes him eligible to feature for the Warriors through his parentage.