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Monday, December 25th, 2017


Oduro not injured, To train with Young Nkana tomorrow

Nkana football club target Isaac Oduro who is also linked with two Lusaka based clubs has been the centre of Social media discussions today after news came through that the player was injured and that’s why Nkana was reluctant to engage him. Zamfoot can however reveal that the Player recovered and was actually in training Camp with a newly promoted Ghana super league side Karela FC who are keen on signing him. According to Zamfoot crew sources in Ghana the player was indeed injured early this year but has fullyRead More

It was a nice feeling playing in the Inaugural CHAN tournament – Singuluma

Given Singuluma was the first player to win a golden boot at the African nations Championships (CHAN) in 2009. The TP Mazembe man sat down with Zambianfootball.co.zm going down memory lane to 2009 in Ivory coast where it all started. Singuluma describes playing in the first ever CHAN tournament as a nice feeling. The tournament gave him the much needed publicity landing himself a TP Mazembe contract and a year later he was facing Inter Milan in the final of the Club world cup. “It was a nice feeling toRead More

Nkana’s pursuit of Oduro facing a possible hijack

Ghanian left back Isaac Oduro who is in the country to pursue a proposed move to Nkana may be heading to Lusaka as new suitors have expressed interest in the player. A Zamfoot crew source in Ghana has revealed that Oduro’s move to Nkana maybe hijacked as other suitors have made made contact. “Yes he is in Zambia to sign for Nkana but the club is not yet acted fast and two other Clubs from Lusaka have expressed interest in Isaac and the offers are tempting,” The source said. “It’sRead More

Football house : Engaging newly promoted teams a priority

The football Association of Zambia has retaliated its position of supporting clubs coming to the super league. FAZ President Andrew Kamanga said the association has prioritised engaging teams coming to super league because of the heavy cost associated with super league football. Kamanga and his Vice Rix Mweemba led a team of officials from FAZ to inspect the progress of newly promoted New Monze Swallows in readiness for the 2018 season. “Since coming into office last year, We have made it our priority to engage teams being promoted, Especially thoseRead More