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Thursday, July 5th, 2018

 

Mutapa trims Zambia U17 squad to 24

Zambian U17 national team coach Oswald Mutapa has trimmed his provisional squad to 24 players ahead of the 2018 Cosafa U17 Championship to be played in Mauritius. The 24 were named after undergoing MRI scanning in Lusaka. Mutapa is expected to further trim his squad to 20 before the team leaves for the regional tournament. Zambia return to Mauritius as defending champions of the Cosafa U17 championship having lifted the trophy in the same country last year. Zambia is in Group B alongside South Africa, Lesotho and Mozambique. Winners ofRead More


New Chipolopolo coach Vandenbroek starts work next week

The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has officially confirmed the appointment of Belgian Sven Vandenbroek as new Zambia national team coach. According to a statement released the media today, FAZ have stated that Sven will be unveiled on Tuesday next week after which he will immediately start the slection process of his Chipolopolo team. PRESS STATEMENT Football House, 5 JULY 2018 The Football Association of Zambia is pleased to announce the appointment of Sven Vandenbroek as new Coach of the Zambia National Football Team. Vandenbroek will be unveiled to theRead More


Expert View – Zambia’s road to Qatar the journey starts now

Having missed out on the on-going FIFA World Cup and just by a whisker, Zambian’s have turned their attention to the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar. There is a saying – Failing to prepare is actually preparing to fail, Something Zambia needs to reflect on alot if the dream of a maiden appearance at the biggest sporting event on the planet stands any chance of becoming reality in 2022. German football was booming ‘obviously’ before their recent disastrous World Cup outing, reaping the rewards of theRead More


FIFA name Sikazwe in final phase of 2018 Russia World Cup

Zambian top referee Janny Sikazwe has been named as one of the referees that will stay on for the final phase of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. There were initially 36 referees and 63 assistants but the FIFA Referees Committee has only selected 17 referees, 37 assistant referees and 10 Video Assistant Referees for the final phase of the tournament. The 39 year old will be the 4th official in the quarter final match between Russia and Croatia. Sikazwe and Senegalese DIEDHIOU Malang are the only two African Referees to remainRead More