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Monday, January 22nd, 2018

 

CHAN 2018: Zambia face Sudan in Quarter Final after being held by Namibia

The Zambia national soccer team will play Sudan in the quarter finals of the 2018 CHAN tournament after topping group B following a 1 – 1 draw with the Warriors of Namibia. It was a hard earned point against an organised and determined Namibia side who scored first through Limpundo with Zambia replying through Lazarous Kambole. Wedson Nyirenda made only one change to the team that beat Ivory Coast starting with Mike Katiba ahead of Friday Samu. Namibia controlled most portions of the game but it was Zambia who threatenedRead More


CHAN 2018: Namibia 1 – 1 Zambia (As it happened)

KATIBA STARTS AHEAD OF FRIDAY SAMU…as Nyirenda opts not to tinker. Chipolopolo Boys coach Wedson Nyirenda has named a strong side for tonight’s CHAN 2018 Group B top of the table clash against Namibia. Wada has just made one change with winger Mike Katiba earning his first start of the tournament. Striker Friday Samu has paved way for his Green Buffaloes teammate. Zambia XI: Nsabata – Silwimba, Tembo, Chama, Kapumbu – Malama, Kondwani- Mulenga, Kambole, Mbewe – Katiba. Referee : Louis Hakizimana(Rwanda) 1st assistant : Seydou Tiama(Burkina Faso) 2nd assistantRead More


Zambia set for ‘Cosafa Derby’ in North Africa

Zambia and Namibia are set to renew their rivalry¬† on Monday night in a top of the table clash in CHAN 2018 Group B tie at Casablanca’s King Mohammad V Stadium to decide the group winners. In Marrackech, Ivory Coast will take on Uganda in the other Group B game. With both Zambia and Namibia level on 6 points, there has been questions whether the respective coaches will give a run to fringe players though it looks straight forward that Ricardo Manetti will tinker. The trio Charles Hambira, Ferdinard Karongee,Read More


Brian Mwila headed back to the ZSL

Zambia national team striker Brian Mwila is headed back to Zambia barely five months after joining Dikwena. Social media is buzzing with reports of Mwila going AWOL in South Africa. Platinum Stars Coach Roger de sa that the 24 year old striker just disappeared from South Africa and the Club just heard rumours that he is pushing for a move to Europe . “He just disappeared and we have never seen him again,” de Sa said. “He went home for Christmas in Zambia. As far we heard he is lookingRead More


Power Dynamos set to announce Kelvin Kaindu as coach

Zambian Super League side Power Dynamos are set to announce Kelvin Kaindu as their coach, the ZamFoot Crew can exclusively reveal. The Kitwe giants have been searching for a coach in the last 10 days or so after former coach Dan Kabwe left by mutual consent. A host of coaches from other rival local leagues clubs send in their applications but the Power Dynamos executive opted for the former Zanaco winger. Former players trio Aggrey Chiyangi, Linos Makwaza and Tenant Chilumba were among the favourites alongside former Chipolopolo Boys andRead More


We want to build a very strong team- Chiyangi

Zambia national team assistant coach Aggrey Chiyangi believes the previous Zambia U20 National team’s performance was key to the rebuilding process at the senior team level. Chiyangi revealed that the technical bench was a process of phasing out players from the team which was being used just some 12 months ago and that the technical staff want to build a strong team to compete at highest level. ” In the first place we have a programme of building a team. If you look at this team it’s full of newRead More


Over to Cosafa derby after Morocco topped Group A

An explosive Group B final match between Zambia and Namibia on Monday at 21h00 is expected after host Morocco topped Group A following their goalless stalemate against Sudan on Sunday night. The result in Group A means that Morocco are the group winners thanks to a superior goal difference though they finished level on 7 points with Sudan. The hosts who have already scored 7 goals missed a penalty in the second half. While tournament favourites have been unplayable so, there has been this mutual respect from the Chipolopolo campRead More