?> September 19, 2017 | ZamFoot

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

 

Ntibahezwa discharged as Doctor advises total rest

Zesco United goalkeeper Dieudonne Ntibahezwa has been treated and discharged from Ndola Teaching Hospital. Ntibahezwa was rushed to the hospital after suffering a knee injury during Zesco United’s 3 nil loss to Lumwana Radiants.   Zesco United team Doctor Chuma Mwiinga told Zesco United media team that the Burundi national sustained a soft tissue injury and bruises on his knee. ” Ntibahezwa has been treated and discharged. He is in pain and needs total rest for now,” he said. Fackson Kapumbu had to step up into the goalkeeping department forRead More


Fashion and Spartak leave for Krasnodar ahead of Kuban clash

Zambia National team striker Fashion Sakala is set to make is debut for the Spartak Moscow first after he was named in the team that will play Krasnodar in the Russian Cup on Wednesday. Sakala has been in good form in the Spartak Moscow II team and scored another goal over the weekend to take his season tally to 6 goals. It seems his exploits have not gone unnoticed and senior team coach Massimo Carrera is ready to give him his main team bow. The Zambian start who starred atRead More


Lumwana pound Zesco as Kapumbu ends match in goal

Zesco United missed a chance to move into third position when they were humiliated at home by visiting Lumwana Radiants who beat them 3-0 in a dramatic match that saw left back Fackson Kapumbu finish the match in goal. With one eye on the CAF Confederations Cup tie against SuperSport United this weekend, Zescl United coach Zlatko Krmpotic featured a weakened side making up to five changes to the team that pulled off a draw in South Africa in first leg of the CAF Confederations Cup quarter final match. ChisengaRead More