?> August 19, 2018 | ZamFoot

Sunday, August 19th, 2018

 

Substitute Walter Bwalya inspires Nkana to victory over Kabwe Warriors

Nkana reclaimed the fourth position on the log after they beat visiting Kabwe Warriors 2 – 0 in a tightly contested match. The visitors looked more ambitious and were looking threatening in the first half but were wasteful in front of goal. With the Nkana fans becoming more impatient with their team, Bestone Chambeshi reacted by introducing Kelvin Mubanga and skipper Walter Bwalya respectively for Jacob Ngulube and Festus Mbewe respectively. The introduction of the skipper seemed to help the team step up a gear and he led from theRead More


Are legends immune to criticism when in the wrong?

LIVINGSTONE – I am not much of a boxing fan but I know a good boxer when I see one. Much like Kalusha Bwalya is a legend in football, Joseph “No pressure” Chingangu was one hell of a good boxer. Sadly, the former African Boxing Union heavyweight champion has now turned into a petty thief. On 30 July 2018, he was sentenced to 18 months in jail for theft and assault by the Lusaka Magistrate Court. Has any one of you scribes penned even a less than 200 words article,Read More


A toast to Lazarous Kambole’s record breaking hat-trick!!

(LIVINGSTONE) – Like seasoned Journalist Mark Gleeson indicated in his Commentary, as Lazarous Kambole’s GPS located the back of the net three-times for Zesco United against Mbabane Swallows on Saturday – it is very difficult to keep track of records in the African Champions league. We only know of Kambole as the only player to have scored a hat-trick in the CAF Champions league as quick as in five minutes. Bring forth your notes we compare. Therefore, only him we can mention in the same breadth with the world’s quickestRead More


Kitwe United remains optimistic of surviving relegation

Kitwe United boss, Stephen Mwansa is optimistic of his team chances of survival despite their loss to Forest Rangers on Saturday, August 18th at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium. Mwansa reiterated that the teams objective still remains to survive relegation. He is confident winning two games will put his team back on track for survival. ” Our objective is to stay in the Super League. Yes we have lost this game but we now shift our focus to the game against Buildcon,” he said. ” We have won some games and haveRead More


Mutapa happy with the return of senior players from injuries

Forest Rangers coach Perry Mutapa has expressed joy with the return of senior players who were out nursing injuries for over two months within which they lost six consecutive games. Mutapa believes having the senior players back in the team made his team strong enough to even have the luxury of benching one of their best players Gerald Chisha. ” Am very glad to have players like Patrick, Douglas, Almost everyone back in the team and available for selection. Today we had the luxury of putting Gerald (Chisha) on theRead More