?> October 29, 2017 | ZamFoot

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

 

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Zesco all but relegate City of Lusaka

City of Lusaka’s relegation woes have deepened after they suffered a four one bashing at the hands of Zesco United. City of Lusaka now need to win all of their remaining six games and score atleast 20 goals to give themselves a survival chance. Jesse Jackson Were put Zesco United in the lead in the 47th minute after both sides failed to find the back of the net in the first 45 minutes. Lazarous Kambole doubled United’s advantage in the 65th minute after Jesse put him through on goal. CityRead More


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Zanaco eye a double

Sensational Zanaco are eying a double this season with the Barclays cup safely secured, The bankers will now turn to the MTN/ FAZ super league to try and defend the title they won last year. Coach Numba Mumamba believes the title race is still open and that all they need to do is win their games. ” The league is very open this time around. We just have to take each game as it comes. We have to win a’ll out games that’s what will make us win the league,Read More


Barclays Bank committed to improving Zambian Football – Melu

Barclays Bank is keen on more partnership with other stakeholders to improve Zambian Football. Director General Mizinga Melu said the bank was happy with the support they have received from Supersport and Pamodzi hotel in this years Barclays cup competition . Melu is relishing the idea of even more partners coming on board for next years competition. ” Its not just about Barclays but it’s about how does Barclays work with other partners to improve Zambian Football. This year we had a number of partners coming on board like SupersportRead More


Charles Zulu the game changer

Sensational Zanaco winger Charles Zulu seems to returning back to his best after being out for nearly seven months with injury. Zulu suffered an injury while attending trials in Switzerland for a possible switch to Europe earlier this year. The diminutive pacey winger was a second half substitute yesterday in the Barclays cup and the game changer for Numba Mumamba’s side. The 20 year old first started with a solo run which resulted in a penalty 7 minutes from time after Derrick Mwansa hacked him down in the 18 yardRead More