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Friday, November 2nd, 2018


COSAFA U20: Reunion Chicken out, Replaced by DR Congo

There has been a late change to the line-up for the 2018 MOPANI Copper Mines COSAFA Under-20 Championships after Reunion gave notice of their intention to withdraw. Reunion will be replaced by a team from the Democratic Republic of Congo, who have been no strangers to COSAFA events in the recent past and always bring skill and flair to THE tournaments they take part in. Reunion, an associate member of COSAFA, had indicated an eager willingness to take part in what would have been a first ever regional competition atRead More

Zimbabwean left back leaves Zanaco

Zimbabwean defender Zimisileni Moyo has left Super League side Sensational Zanaco after a two year stint. Moyo took to facebook to announce his derpature from the seven time Super League champions. Moyo sent a message of appreciation to a number of players who helped him to settle at Sunset Stadium including head coach Numba Mumamba. Here is the full post Taking this opportunity to thank everyone who contributed positively to my two year stint with Zanaco f c special mention to Cornelius Numba (Mumamba) the head coach. I have leantRead More

Thole, Otieno and Bahn in, Apanane snubbed as Nkana register 25 for Champions League

Twelve time Super League champions, Nkana yesterday successfully registered a 25 member squad for the 2018 CAF Champions league. Official registration of players for the Preliminary Rounds closed last night Thursday, November 1, 2018. NEWCOMERS The list has three new faces namely Duncan Otieno, Ben Adama Bahn and Lyson Thole. Otieno was signed from AFC Leorpads in Kenya a few days ago. Bahn has been gotten on a year long loan with Austin Muwowo heading the other way but it seems Muwowo wants to stay at Forest Rangers were heRead More

COSAFA U20: Zambia set semi-finals as target

Zambia U20 national team coach Charles Bwale has revealed that his team has set reaching the semi-finals as the target this year. After a disappointing first round exit last December Bwale and his boys will be under pressure to deliver as the fans will be expecting much more. “The last tournament was disappointing, but I firmly believe that this year will be different. We will keep many of the guys who competed then and most of them are heading in the right direction in terms of their development. You couldRead More