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Glo CAF Awards: Onyango beats Kalaba to Africa best player award

Chipolopolo captain Rainford Kalaba only managed a consolation third position at the Glo CAF awards in the CAF Africa’s best player based in Africa category which was won by Dennis Onyango of Uganda. Pitted against Mamelodi Sundowns’ Khama Billiat and the Sundowns goalkeeper, the Zambian attacking midfielder who scored seven goals in seven games to help TP Mazembe to the 2016 Confederations Cup title was third behind winner Onyango and runner-up Billiat who are both 2016 CAF Champions League hold medalists. Onyango was in fine form through the year forRead More


Glo CAF Awards: Zesco miss out on club of the year award

Zesco United were on Thursday evening peeped to the 2016 CAF club of the year award by Kennedy Mweene’s Mamelodi Sundowns at the Glo CAF awards held in Nigeria. The Ndola based CAF champions league semi finalists were in contention for the award together with TP Mazembe of Congo DR. Under George Lwandamina, the team had an amazing run in he champions league and were a game away from reaching he finals of the champions league despite being ranked as outsiders at the start of the competition. The winners ofRead More


U20 AFCON: Zambia resume preps in Lusaka

The Zambia U20 national team has resumed preparations for the February 2017 Zambia Africa Junior Championship to be played in Lusaka and Ndola. The Best on Chambeshi coached side who warmed up for the tournament by grabbing gold at the regional Cosafa U20 tournament have camped in Lusaka as they start the final leg of preparations. Chambeshi has called most of the players that traveled to South Africa for the Cosafa with the exception of goalkeeper Dominic Nzala and defender Moses Nyondo who gave been left out. Defender Boyd MkandawireRead More


Glo CAF Awards: Kalaba makes CAF Team of the Year

KALABA NAMED IN THE CAF TEAM OF THE YEAR ALONGSIDE MAHREZ, MANE Chipolopolo Boys skipper Rainford Kalaba has been named in the CAF team of the year.. There are five African based players in the team all coming from East, Central and Southern Africa. Ugandan and Sundowns goalkeeper Dennis Onyango is joined by his Sundowns teammates Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat of South Africa and Zimbabwe respectively. Congolese clubs have two representations; AS Vita’s left back Joyce Lomalisa and arguably the best player on continent in Kalaba of TP Mazembe.Read More