The 26-year-old Namibian international striker Zenatha Coleman has decided to stay in Spain’s Primera Division with Sevilla FC for the upcoming season
Zenatha moved to Spanish Primera Iberdrola 3 years ago following two success-laden years with the Lithuanian champions Gintra-Universitetas. The exciting forward firstly played half-season with Zaragoza before being snapped up by Valencia CF for the following two seasons. She played a total of 47 league matches and scored 11 goals in Valencia shirt.
She is a reference for her country and has experience in the UEFA Women’s Champions League, a competition in which she scored six goals in seven matches in 2016-17 season for Gintra. As a key member of Namibian Women’s National Team, the Brave Gladiator has already amassed 49 caps scoring 20 goals for her country, with whom she recently played the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games qualifiers.
Zenatha is a fast, technical, goal-oriented player who can perform both in the centre of the attack and on the wings. She becomes the first player represented by LTA Agency to sign a contract with a historic Spanish club – Sevilla FC.
LTA Agency wish Zenatha a lot of success at her new club.