?> February 12, 2018 | ZamFoot

Monday, February 12th, 2018



Napsa Stars: Situmbeko and Lungu in, Sunzu out as Makwaza gets confirmation

Super league side Napsa Stars football club have signed eleven new players including 2011 Super league top goalscorer Luka ‘Ichowa’ Lungu. Club media and public relations officer confirmed the development in a press statement. The players signed are seven foreigners and four Zambians. Bernard Mapili and Julius ‘Koko Master’ Situmbeko have been acquired on loan while the other nine players have all penned long term deals. The Club confirmed the derpature of five players namely Chitiya Mususu, Chitoshi Mukuma, Solomon Sakala, Yourember Banda and Collins Sikombe. The Club has alsoRead More

Kachepa on Ball: FAZ to hire a European coach

The Football Association of Zambia, FAZ are set to announce a a new coach as Chipolopolo Boys coach, the ZamFoot Crew understands. Though the Football House hierarchy is yet to confirm the termination of the contract of current Chipolopolo Boys coach Wedson Nyirenda, the ZamFoot Crew can exclusively reveal that FAZ President Andrew Kamanga has already head hunted for a coach from Europe. “What we are getting is that the boss [Kamanga] has already identified a coach from Eastern Europe,” a ZamFoot Crew source said. It is believed, the associationRead More

Weekend Wrap: Kalunga on target in Portugal as Shonga assists in SA

Zambian players Abroad posted mixed results with Kenneth Kalunga finding the back of the net in Portugal and Shonga assisting in South Africa . In South Africa, Justin Shonga assisted a goal in Orlando Pirates 2 nil win over Ajax Cape town in the Nedbank cup. Rodrick Kabwe played the full match while Shonga played 67 minutes. Winger Augustine Mulenga is expected to join his new team Orlando Pirates today. Aubrey Chirwa of Yanga in Tanzania missed a spot kick as his team laboured to a slender 1-0 win overRead More

Buffaloes coach: We will do our home work

Green Buffaloes coach Bilton Musonda has said his side will prepare well for the return leg of CAF Confederations Cup in Lusaka against Egyptian side Al Masry. The Buchizya Mfune captained side fired blanks in North Africa on Saturday and lost 4-0. Two of the goals came off set pieces while the final goal was on counter attack. “Al Masry have played good football. We have learnt one or two things, we will do our homework and see what we can do in the return game,” Musonda has been quotedRead More