?> September 8, 2017 | ZamFoot

Friday, September 8th, 2017

 

Oblige or face sanctions, FAZ tell Power Dynamos

The football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has warned Powerful Power Dynamos of sanctions if they go ahead with their move withdraw from this years Barclays cup tournament. According to a statement released by Communications manager Desmond Katongo and made available to Zambianfootball.co.zm, Power has been reminded of their affiliation to FAZ and obligations they have to the Association. “Power Dynamos has the obligation to comply fully with the statutes, regulations, directives and decisions of FIFA, CAF and FAZ at all times and to ensure that these are also respected byRead More


FAZ terminates MAFRO deal

The football Association of Zambia has terminated it’s Kit sponsorship deal with Singaporean Kit manufacturers Mafro. This is according to a press statement from the Association and made available to Zambianfootball.co.zm The association has cited MAFRO’s failure to meet it’s obligations ads the reason. Despite the agreement for the provision of playing kit and replica jerseys, MAFRO has only partially fulfilled its obligation with regard to playing kit and similarly not been able to meet their delivery schedule for replica FAZ and MAFRO signed a two year deal in may.Read More


Power Withdraw from Barclays

Power Dynamos have pulled out of the 2017 Barclays Cup, two weeks before facing Zanaco in the quarter-finals. Power secretary Ricky Mamfunda, who confirmed the withdrawal in an interview yesterday, said the club has written to the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) about the decision. Mamfunda, however, could not give reasons why the club has pulled out. “Yes, I can confirm we have pulled out of this year’s Barclays Cup. We have written to FAZ on our decision to withdraw. Any further details should be gotten from FAZ,” he said.


CCC: Zanaco a good guage for Zesco ahead of Supersport United clash – Owino

Zesco United defensive kingpin David Owino believes Saturday’s big clash against Zanaco will be the best test for Zesco United ahead of next weekend’s 2017 CAF Confederation Cup quarterfinal away date against SuperSport United in Pretoria. Zesco United who have failed to pick up maximum points in their last two games and will be looking to change their fortunes. The Kenyan big centre back believes Saturday’s encounter will help them access their readiness for CAF Confederation cup quarter final encounter with Supersport United. “Zanaco is the best game to gaugeRead More


Feature: Vodafone, MTN Competition Only Healthy When Bidding For The Rights

Many people have slammed the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) for blocking MTN, Vodafone competition during Super Division matches entailing City of Lusaka, by banning the use of a stadium with the name of the latter. The two mobile network giants; one is an  official sponsor of the Zambia Super Division, the other sponsors City of Lusaka’s Stadium, and is determined not to be in affirmative with the stance of the country’s football governing body. According to FAZ, the moral highway is for City Ya Moto to scrap off VodafoneRead More