Chipolopolo off to Spain, Morocco for friendlies
The Chipolopolo have left for Spain ahead of Sunday’s friendly match against African Champions.
The Beston Chambeshi coached side are expected to connect to Morocco on Monday.
The team left at around 03h00 on Friday.
The Morocco trip is an invitation from the Royal Moroccan Football Federation which will host the Copper Bullets from June 8 – 17 as part of the Memorandum of Understanding signed by the two countries back in 2017.
Morocco and Cameroon are using the friendly games against the 2012 AFCON Champions as preparation for the 2019 Egypt Africa Cup of Nations.
Chambeshi, on the other hand, is using the games as part of the preparation for the U23 AFCON qualifier against Congo Brazzaville scheduled for September 5th.
Zambia will play reigning African champions Cameroon on June 9 in Madrid with another match set for June 12 against the Gambia in Casablanca.
The team will conclude its assignment with a match against the Herve Renard tutored Morocco on June 16.
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