?> March 16, 2016 | ZamFoot

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016


Zesco leave for Guinea on Thursday

Zesco United will leave for Conakry Guinea tomorrow Thursday where they will play Horoya AC in a CAF champions leg first round second leg encounter. According to information obtained by the ZamFoot Crew, the Zambian champions are expected in Guinea late of Friday ahead of the match to be played on Sunday evening. Zesco carry a 4 – 1 lead into the game after and will be confident to progress despite head coach George Lwandamina staying behind due to national team commitments. The match will kickoff at 1900hrs Zambian time.Read More

Lubambo helps Gandzasar progress in cup

Chipolopolo midfielder Lubambo Musonda was in action on Wednesday afternoon when he helped his Armenian club Gandzasar Kapan put a foot in the next round of the Armenian cup a 1 – 0 first leg away win over Mika. The 21 year old midfielder started and completed the match in the right and he will be happy with his contribution as he was a danger going forward his team. He was denied an assist in the 38th minute when he made a good run on the right to square theRead More

No Lwandamina for Zesco in Guinea as Chipolopolo take precendence

Zesco United coach George Lwadamina will not travel with the Zambian champions to Guinea for their CAF champions league first round second leg match against Horoya AC owing to national team commitments. Lwandamina who doubles as Chipolopolo coach has found himself entangled in a tight schedule of fixtures for both Zesco United and the national team. Zesco United media and public relations officer Katebe Chongo confirmed to the ZamFoot Crew that Lwandamina will remain to drill the national team. Zesco who carry a 4 – 1 lead into the secondRead More

Video: Chamanga’s goal and other highlights

James Chamanga over the weekend scored for his club Liaoning Whowin in their 3 – 2 loss to Shandong Luneng. At age 36, the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations winning striker has continued going strong in the Chinese league. Watch the match highlights and see how the former National Assembly striker was an ever present figure whenever his team was tracking back to defend. Match highlights below…..  

Video: Moses Phiri makes first start for Portuguese side Academico

Moses Phiri on Sunday made his first start for his Portuguese club Academico Viseu in their 0 – 0 draw at home against Olhanense. The former Zanaco striker completed the entire game but could not find the back of the net as his team failed to win for an 8th consecutive game. Watch the highlights below….  

Zambia v Congo tickets go on sale this weekend

Ticket sales for the Africa Cup qualifier between Zambia and Congo Brazaville to be played next week on Wednesday will start on Saturday. The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has confirmed to Zambianfootball.co.zm that tickets fares will range from K25 to K300. Tickets will be sold at post offices in Lusaka, Copperbelt and a few selected towns. 2017 Gabon Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier Zambia v Congo Date: 23rd March, 2016 Time: 183ohrs Venue: Levy Mwanawasa Stadium, Ndola Charges: VIP – K300; Lower West – K150; Upper West, East – K100; NorthRead More

Race to Football House – opinion poll

The FAZ elective AGM is on this Saturday with debate rife on who will be the FAZ president after the elections on Saturday. Incumbent Kalusha Bwalya faces a challenge from Henchel Chitembeya Nyirenda and Andrew Kamanga and all eyes will be on who takes the FAZ top job. According to an opinion poll carried by Zambianfootball.co.zm between 29th February and 3rd March, 2016 Kamanga won the poll ahead of Kalusha as seen in the poll results below. Zambiafootball.co.zm is again running another opinion poll….. vote for your preferred candidate ahead ofRead More

Zambian goalie stirs confusion at Zimbabwe’s Highlanders

BULAWAYO – Highlanders chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede has alleged that Zambian goalkeeper Sitali Nyambwe is a “tsotsi” after he levelled ill-treatment allegations on the Bulawayo giants. Nyambwe has been training with the club for a month after impressing during the Bulawayo Football Festival in February. Gumede claimed that the goalie, who had made the grade at the Bulawayo giants, was a fraudster. Nyambwe claimed Highlanders brought him from Zambia to Bulawayo and then abandoned him. “I want everyone to know that Highlanders mistreated me. They never provided food or accommodation for meRead More