According to fellow countryman Rotson Kilambe, who has also been back in the copper mining country after being released by Kaizer Chiefs, Mutapa has competed with conviction at the Lusaka based team. The Zambian season is about to end with only Cup games to be played in the next couple of weeks.
“When Perry left South Africa in mid-year, he went back home where he has been playing for National Assembly. He has been doing very well for his team with some convincing performances in midfield.
“I wont be surprised if he finds himself making a move again, out of the Zambian League,” says Kilambe.
Mutapa, popularly known as ‘the Principal’ in Zambian football circles, had a hell ride at FC AK last season after being released by Pirates, where he had initially played well on arrival before falling out of favour.
At FC AK, Mutapa was given a letter of termination of his contract six months into his stay at the club, having last played for the club in November and picking an injury in that game.
Prior to signing for Pirates, Mutapa had played for Police Service team Nkhwazi, Lusaka Dynamos, Zanaco while he also had a stint with Farense of Portugal.