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Saturday, December 16th, 2017


Jesse Were is Zesco’s best for 2017

Kenyan striker Jesse Jackson Were¬† has walked away with two awards at the Zesco United 2017 awards gala. Were was named the club’s 2017 footballer of the year and also walked away with the golden boot award. Despite transforming his game in this year which saw him even play wide, Were managed to bang in 16 goals and was only second to league top scorer Chris Mugalu. His exploits earned him a spot in the FAZ team of the year (FAZ 2017 best XI) New Chipolopolo call up Lazarous KamboleRead More

Lubinda Mundia moves to Tanzania on loan

RED Arrows and Zambian International forward Lubinda Mundia has finally put pen on paper with the Azam Tanzania premiere league moneybags Singida United on a season long loan deal. Singida announced the roping of Lubinda, late yesterday–courtesy of their official Facebook page, moments prior to the transfer window in Tanzania getting shut at midnight. First grapevine in Tabloids was rife that the 26 year old had committed himself for 2 years to the Tanzanian side. However the club repudiated the reports, and instead hinted that 2 players were going toRead More

Cosafa U20: South Africa win sixth title in Zambia

South Africa bagged their sixth Cosafa U20 title on Saturday afternoon when they beat Lesotho 2 – 1 in the final to win the 2017 Mopani Copper Mines COSAFA Under-20 Championships at the Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe, Zambia on Saturday. Goals from Lyle Foster and Kamogelo Sambo were enough to settle the tie with Rethabile Mokokoane scoring the consolation for Lesotho with a long range drive. Guest teams Uganda and Egypt accounted for themselves well in the tournament reaching the semi finals and they played each other for bronze.Read More

Green Buffaloes to camp abroad ahead of CAF games

Green Buffaloes Football Club want to camp outside the country to give the players the right mental attitude to cope with the rigorous life of the CAF Confederations Cup after they were handed a nightmare draw against Egyptian side Al-Masry SC. Despite the Buffaloes drawing what seems a shot straw from the four Zambian sides in CAF clubs football competitions, their coach Bilton Musonda feels the draw is fair and his side will be ready for the encounter. Buffaloes, who finished fourth in the just ended season, play the Cairo-basedRead More