Zambian sensation Barbra Banda Shatters records with Orlando Pride transfer


Zambian football prodigy Barbra Banda has reached another milestone in her illustrious career, securing the second highest transfer fee in women’s football history with her move to the USA side, Orlando Pride, for a staggering $780,000.

The 23-year-old sensation, who captained the Copper Queens, made history at the Tokyo Olympics as the first player to net a hat-trick in the prestigious tournament. Her remarkable performances with Shanghai Shengli in China propelled her market value skyward, culminating in this groundbreaking transfer.

Banda’s track record speaks for itself, boasting an impressive tally of 41 goals in just 52 appearances for her previous team. Her arrival in the United States signals a new chapter in her career, where she aims to continue her impressive form and make a significant impact in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL).

Notably, Banda made headlines in the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ by etching her name in history as the scorer of the 1000th goal in the competition, further solidifying her status as one of the brightest talents in women’s football.

With her unparalleled skill, determination, and proven goal-scoring prowess, Banda’s transfer to Orlando Pride marks a significant moment not only for her career but also for the elevation of women’s football on the global stage. As she embarks on this new journey, fans eagerly anticipate witnessing her continued success and contributions to the sport.

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