Saturday, June 17th, 2017
Lumwana Radiants have appointed former Nkana coach Zeddy Saileti as their new coach. Saileti succeeds Beston Chambeshi who has returned to Nkana. The North Western based side released a statement confirming the appointment of the Zambia’s main striker at the 1994 African Cup of Nations in Tunisia. Below is the statement. LRFC would like to announce the appointment of Zeddy Saileti as its Head coach on an initial one year contract. He will continue to be assisted by John mukonje and Silas Simunyola. He will be with the team asRead More
Coach Wilson Mwale and his assistant Justin Chinama toast first home league win as “Mighty” Mufulira Wanderers beat Red Arrows 2-1 at Shinde Stadium. Ghanaian Rahim Osumanu’s goal and Congolese Guily Manziba from the spot set “Mighty” on their way to a sweet victory despite Bruce Musakanya pulling one back for Honour Janza’s side. Arrows failed to build up on their impressive midweek over Buildcon. Despite the win Mighty is still in the relagation zone with 10 points while Arrows drop to 7th with 18 points, still within 2 pointsRead More
No fairy-tale third coming for “Quicksilver” Bestone Chambeshi as a Martin Phiri double condemned Nkana to a 1-2 loss to Power Dynamos. Nkana, in Chambeshi’s first match after taking over from Zeddy Saileti who is now Lumwana Radiants coach, started off like a house on full before a near capacity crowd at Nkana Stadium. But the best chances fell to Power in quick succession. At the centre of the two was the revitalised Fwayo Tembo. First the Zambia international broke loose on the right and whipped a wicked cross inRead More
The headlining fixture is Nkana Vs Power Dynamos. But there’s three other Super League games also being played and updates will be provided here by ZamFoot in the comments section for Green Eagles vs Napsa Stars Mufulira Wanderers vs Red Arrows City of Lusaka vs Real Nakonde.
National hero Beston Chambeshi takes charge on Nkana this afternoon at Nkana Stadium as they welcome arch rivals Power Dynamos at Nkana Stadium in one of the hotly contested derbies in Africa. Straight from Under-20 duties, Chambeshi is back at Nkana for a third stint after he replaced Zeddy Saileti earlier in the week. More to follow…. 2016 Power Dynamos 1-0 Nkana 2016 Nkana 1 – 1 Power Dynamos 2015 Power Dynamos 2 – 1 Nkana 2015 Nkana 1 – 0 Power Dynamos 2014 Power Dynamos 1 – 2 NkanaRead More