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Thursday, April 19th, 2018


Three new faces as Nyirenda names 30 for local camp

Chipolopolo trainer Wedson Nyirenda has named a 30 man squad of local players to enter residential camp this sunday as he starts preparation for next months COSAFA castle cup . According a list released to FAZfootball.com by team Manager Hastings Ndovi and accessed by Zambianfootball.co.zm, Myirenda has included three new players in his squad. The players are Kabwe Warriors defender Tandi Mwape, Kitwe United’s Emmanuel Chabula and New Monze Swallows striker Peter Nyirenda. Power Dynamos defensive midfielder Benson Sakala has also made the squad. Chipolopolo were runners up at theRead More

Zanaco bow out of the CAF confederation cup

Zanaco suffered a 3-0 defeat to Raja Casablanca of Morocco on Wednesday night in CAF Confederations Cup to bow out via a 5-0 aggregate. Trailing 2-0 from the first leg, the bankers had had an uphill battle in North Africa. The Zanaco technical bench led by Numba Mumamba started with a 3-4-3 formation and there was a surprise inclusion for midfielder Souleymane in the attack trio alongside Felix Nyainde and Martin Phiri. Ernest Mbewe, Isaac Chansa, Tafadzwa Rusike and Zimiselini Mojo were picked in a midfield quartet. At the back,Read More

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Zesco handed first loss of the season by Forest

Defending champions Zesco United on Wednesday afternoon suffered their first loss of the season as they registered a two one against local town rivals Forest Rangers. Zesco United went into the match with top spot in sight, With that view the Team ya Ziko came out in full force and nearly got the opener and their second within 20 minutes but both chances fell to Jesse Jackson Were who fluffed his lines on both occasions. Forest however took the lead against the run of play in the 28th minute withRead More

Players abroad- Lubambo and Banda on Target

A number of Zambian players abroad were in action this midweek and posted mixed results with Emmanuel Banda and Lubambo Musonda finding the back of the net. In DRC, Nathan Sinkala and Kabaso Chongo put in a full ninety minute shift while Rainford Kalaba played the first 70 minutes for TP Mazembe who recorded a narrow one nil win over Maniama Union. In Armenia, Winger Lubambo Musonda’s 18th minute strike was all that Gandzasar Kapan needed to book a place in the final of the Armenian cup. Kapan won theRead More