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Thursday, May 16th, 2019

 

We are still in contention for Continental football: Chambeshi

Nkana coach Beston ‘QuickSilver’ Chambeshi has described yesterday’s hard fought win against Napsa Stars as a stepping stone to playing continental football next season. The Twelve time Super league Champions came from behind twice and sealed a winner in the 83rd minute to beat NAPSA Stars 3-2 in a rescheduled week nine encounter at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka. Chambeshi told the ZamFoot Crew in a post match interview that the victory was a motivation ahead of their next game against Buildcon over the weekend. Chambeshi also praised his striking forceRead More


Loss of concentration costs Napsa as CAF Dream all but over

Lusaka based Super League side Napsa Stars on Wednesday suffered a setback to their continental football ambitions when they lost by three goals to two at the hands of Kitwe giants, Nkana Football Club in a rescheduled week 11 encounter played at the Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka. The Pensioners opened the scores through Thomas Banda in the 11th minute before Ghanaian defender Richard Ocran levelled matters for Nkana from the spot kick four minutes later. Kalampa were awarded a penalty after Napsa defender, Bornwell Silengo handled the ball in theRead More


It is our time to win COSAFA: Bruce Musakanya

Red Arrows captain Bruce Musakanya believes this is Zambia’s time to win the COSAFA tournament for the first time since 2013. Musakanya who was part of the 2013 squad feels time has come for Zambia to win it again. The skillful winger has vowed to bring his best game to the tournament to help the team be Champions after losing back to back finals to Zimbabwe. Its been long since we won it. This is our time , We need to be Champions of the COSAFA. The national team bringsRead More


Plagiarism of ZamFoot content

ZamFoot Official Statement Lusaka – Thursday 16th May 2019 PLAGIARIZING OF ZAMFOOT CONTENT Zambia’s number one local football online platform, www.zambianfootball.co.zm (ZamFoot) has noted with regret that a number of media houses have been using content published on the website without due regard for copyright restrictions. News stories and publications are being replicated word for word from the website without acknowledging ZamFoot as the source. According to Merriam-Webster online dictionary, to “plagiarize” means: To steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one’s own, to use (another’sRead More