A round-up of players abroad
Aubrey Chirwa was in action for Platinum FC when they tumbled out of the Chibuku Super Cup after losing 7-6 on penalties to Dynamos. The two teams failed to score in regulations time with Chirwa making a nuisance of himself in the Dynamos defence despite not finding the net.
The Zambian strikers move to Danish side Hobro IK was aborted due to a reported issue with the money offered.
Kabaso Chongo and Nathan Sinkala were both in action for TP Mazembe againt New Soger. Coach Carteron rang the changes as he did not name any player who played in the CAF Champions league the previous week in the team that played at home in Lubumbashi.
Kabaso did not finish the match as he was substituted in the 59th minute.
Golden Arrows and Mamelodi Sundowns did not have league games this weekend but Mwape Musonda has so far played in all of Arrows four games only coming off the bench once. Mweene on the other hand gave way for Dennis Onyango in Sundowns’ last match after he was given the nod to start the first three games of the league.
Both Arrows and Sundowns will be in action on Wednesday evening.
As already reported Collins Mbesuma was on target for Mpumalanga Black Aces on Friday.
In the South African National First Division, Bornwell Mwape played for Amazulu when they were held to a goalless draw by African Warriors. New signing Allan Mukuka did not start the match.
Chisamba Lungu will be in action tomorrow in the Russian Premier League when his 10th placed club Ural host Krasnodar. Chisamba completed the entire game when Ural picked their second win of the season away against UFA on Monday last week.
Emmanuel Mbola and Evans Kangwa were in action for Ra’anana against Maccabi Tel Aviv with Kangwa scoring stunning strike after a solo run.
Lubambo Musonda helped Gandzasar FC move into second position when he provided the assist for T. Barseghyan in the 66th for turned out to be the winning goal against Ararat. The Zambian midfielder completed the entire game as the Gandzasar moved to 14 points three behind the log leaders.
Rodgers Kola is expected to be in action on Tuesday when his team Veria play Panaitolikos in the Greek Super League. He made his debut for the 10th placed team when he came in as a 46th minute substitute in a 3 – 0 home loss against PAOK.
Jacob Mulenga continues to enjoy game time at his club Chinese club Shijiazhuang Yongchang and this time helped them to a 1 – 1 away draw against Hangzhou. Mulenga who is usually played as a lone striker at his club this time partnered Iceland international and former Chelsea striker Eidur Guðjohnsen who made the assist for his team’s lone goal.
Mulenga who has played in all of his team’s 26 games won a penalty on the stroke of half time which he eventually took but saw his shot canon off the upright.
James Chamanga continues to miss in the Liaoning Whowin team having last played on for the club on 18th April 2015.
In the French Ligue 1, Stopilla Sunzu failed to follow-up his Lille debut on Monday last week with another appearance as he was confined to the bench when the Herve Renard coached side drew 1 – 1 with Renne in a game goalkeeper Enyema was sent off. Sunzu last week played 19 minutes in his team’s 0 – 0 draw with Olympique Lyonnais.
In the French Ligue 2, Emmanuel Mayuka came in as a second half substitute for Metz when they were held at home by Nancy. Mayuka was introduced in the 46th minute but failed to find the net as the game ended 0 – 0.
The Indian League (Kondwani Mtonga), Gabonese (Alex Ngonga) and Egyptian League (Ronald Kampamba and Patrick Ngoma) are on recess.
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