?> April 19, 2019 | ZamFoot

Friday, April 19th, 2019


Even a blind man could have easily given an off side, What those referees did is rubbish-Mathews Phiri

Circuit City boss Mathews Phiri was left fuming after his team lost 3-2 away in Ndola at the hands of Forest Rangers. The ever calm coach was disappointed with the decision by the Rodrick Ng’andu led refereeing team to allow Austin Muwowo’s goal to stand as he felt it should have been an off side call. The Former Airmen boss went further to suggest that a random person from Chibolya Compound or a blind man could have easily ruled out Muwowo’s goal for off side. “Gentlemen be fair in yourRead More

Eagles soar on Good Friday as Fole Malembe mount pressure at the top

  Green Eagles dislodged Buildcon at the summit of the MTN Super League Stream A log on Good Friday thanks to a Tapson Kaseba second half goal. And in a lunch time kick, Forest Rangers moved third on the log after a 3-2 win over struggling Circuit City. In the top of the table clash, Aggrey Chiyangi’s side collected maximum points over Srdjan Zivojnov’s side featuring teenage sensation duo Klings Kangwa and Lameck Banda. Ngosa Sunzu started on the bench for Buildcon while his older brother Boniface marshalled the ChomaRead More

Vandenbroeck is ‘mad’, a physical trainer says FAZ GS

FAZ General Secretary Andrian Kashala claims that former Chipolopolo trainer Sven Vandenbroeck is ‘mad’ and bitter because the association did not renew his contract as national team coach. The remarks come in the wake of revelations that the former coach who failed to qualify the national team to the 2019 AFCON had dragged FAZ to FIFA for non-payment of salaries amount to about $50, 000, approximately K600, 000. In an interview with Goal Diggers in Lusaka, Kashala described Vandenbroeck as a poorly natured, undisciplined and mad chap whose intentions wereRead More

Women League: Yasa, GBFC look to maintain unbeaten runs

FAZ Women’s League Lusaka region enters week nine as Red Arrows and Nkwazi go head to head while YASA , GBFC aim to maintain unbeaten runs FAZ Women’s League Lusaka Region enters week 9 this weekend with interesting fixtures expected to take centre stage across Lusaka Province. Second Placed Yasa Queens who are just 2 points away from log leaders Green Buffaloes welcome one of the whipping girls in the league, Lusaka Queens who have just 3 points to their name while Log leaders Green Buffaloes host The Milk GirlsRead More