?> October 2, 2018 | ZamFoot

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018

 

Ball in Cameroon’s court

LIVINGSTONE — Confederation of African football (CAF) President Ahmad said that the onus is on Cameroon whether they should be stripped of the rights to host the subsequent Africa Cup of the nations billed for next year. Morocco are said to be CAF’s preferred hosts of the biannual tournament but the Malagasy says the continent’s football governing body has never had a plan B, adding that they consider only Cameroon as the host. “CAF has never had a plan B, for us Cameroon is the host.” Ahmad said. “It’s onlyRead More


Kachepa on the Ball: Zambia U20 starlet headed for Europe

A Zambia U20 national team player is expected to attend trials at unnamed Austrian club, The ZamFoot crew understands. According to a ZamFoot crew source the youngster will be in Austria for 3 months to try and seal a deal at one of the top clubs. Zambia already has three players in the Australian Bundesliga league namely Patson Daka and Enock Mwepu who are with Redbull Salzburg and Brian Mwila who is SC Rheindorf Altach. The teenage has has been capped at both Zambia Under-17 and 20 level. He isRead More


Barclays Cup Quarter Finals-What We Learnt

The 2018 Quarter Finals of the Barclays Cup were played at a packed Arthur Davies stadium on the weekend of 29-30 September 2018 and served up some exciting matches. From one Giant Killing act to a scary near exit experience for one other giant and one low paced match to a high octane encounter. Here are the Five things picked up from the Four matches. 1. Mighty Are Ready Following their demotion from the elite league on the Last match day of the 2017 Season, a lot felt and thoughtRead More


2019 Zambia Super League to start in January

The 2019 Zambia Super league Season (MTN/FAZ Super League ) is expected to start in January , The ZamFoot crew understands. This is in order to align the League with the new CAF calendar. After the end of this season’s CAF inter clubs competitions a transitional calendar which allows the CAF club competitions to switch from a February-to-November schedule to an August–to-May schedule, as per the decision of the CAF Executive Committee on 20 July 2017 will be implemented. This means the CAF inter clubs competitions will start in DecemberRead More