?> January 24, 2018 | ZamFoot

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018


Ng’onga a doubt for Sudan clash

Zambia national team may once again go into another match without striker Alex Ng’onga who suffered a muscle sprain during Zambia’s opening group B match against Uganda. National team doctor Mwila Lupashi believes Ng’onga needs more time to shake off the injury and will not be rushed into training it may aggravate his injury. “Alex is still recuperating from the injury that he sustained, it will take a bit of time because the type of injury that he has we have to be careful even making him train,” Lupashi toldRead More

Napsa Stars sign two foreign players

Napsa Stars football club have signed Ugandan midfielder Hakim Ssenkumba and Malian striker Kone Tidiane. The pensioners are among the busiest clubs during this years transfer window after they lost a whole host of players. The players agent, Daniel Ntale who runs Jodana Sports management announcement the development through a Facebook post. “Zambia giants Napsa Football Club signed two Jodana sports clients Uganda midfielder Hakim Ssenkumba and Mali International striker Kone Tidiane.” The Ugandan is a former Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) and Police Football Club holding midfielder. Ssenkumba hasRead More

Kabwe Warriors unveil Chilumba

Kabwe Warriors football club have unveiled their new head coach Tenant Chilumba. Chilumba was yesterday announced as the new Kabwe Warriors gaffer taking over from Elijah Chikwanda. The Club sponsors, Zambia Railways limited announced Chilumba’s appointment in a press statement yesterday which was made available to the Zamfoot crew. “New Kabwe Warriors Executive committee constituted appoints former Napsa Stars head coach and U23 national team assistant coach Tenant Chilumba as the new Kabwe Warriors football club head coach.” “Chilumba’s appointment was announced this evening by Kabwe Warriors Football Club Chairman,Read More

Power Dynamos unveil four new players

Power Dynamos football club have confirmed the signing of new four players. The four were unveiled today at a press briefing held at Copperbelt Energy Corporation (CEC) offices earlier today. The four are Kabwe Warriors duo of midfielder Lameck Kafwaya and goalkeeper Lawrence Mulenga. Others are former Nkana midfielder Fidel Bosanja and John Soko Jnr. Kafwaya was very instrumental in Kabwe Warriors survival last year scoring a number of very crucial goals including a stunner of a free kick to beat Green Buffaloes at Godfrey Ucar Chitalu stadium. Lawrence MulengaRead More

Official:Kaindu lands power Dynamos top job

Power Dynamos have confirmed for How Mine Coach Kelvin Kaindu as their New head coach . Kaindu was unveiled this morning at CEC offices and replaces Dan Kabwe who has joined Lusaka Dynamos. Kaindu has had a long and quite successful coaching stint in Zimbabwe with Highlanders as his longest club. The 40 year old has his work cut out for him to help Power Dynamos get back to the football hub it was in the past. Kaindu has the required qualification with a UEFA B under his belt andRead More

CHAN 2018: Chipolopolo in the quarter finals – What we have learnt so far

Zambia’s Chipolopolo continued with their clean record of not losing during the group stages of a CHAN Tournament as they topped the group with 7 Points aided by a better goal difference over Namibia who amassed a similar total of points. After the three games played, here are a few stand out attributes that were observed from Wedson Nyirenda’s team. ADAPTIVE The team faced three different opponents from three different regions and all showed and posed different challenges. Uganda are a possession based team and like having time on theRead More