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Chipolopolo wallop big spending Lusaka Dynamos in practice match

The Zambia national soccer team on Thursday afternoon beat big spending Lusaka Dynamos 3 – 0 in a practice match played at Heroes Stadium.

Zambia was cruising with a two goal lead by the end of the first stanza of the practice match with goals from George Chilufya and Justin Shonga.

Zanaco full back Taonga Bwembya was also target in the game.

Zambia leave tomorrow for Zimbabwe where they will play the Warriorsin an international friendly match on Sunday.



9 Comments to Chipolopolo wallop big spending Lusaka Dynamos in practice match

  1. Jbs SIMUBENARD says:

    go fight and conquer Chipolopolo

  2. Positive thinking says:

    Allow me to make an argument for Zambia playing what some may refer to as not quality friendlies.

    Let me take everyone back to 2013/14 when Zambia was trying to qualify for Brazil. Zambia drew 1-1 with Lesotho in Lesotho and also drew with pretty much an U23 Sudan at home. Zambia had given up 4 critical points before playing the deciding game in Kumasi. Had Zambia won any of those games then we would have gone to Kumasi needing only a draw, if Zambia had own both, then the result in Kumasi would not have mattered. So my point is this; lowly or minnow opposition is critical to the qualifying camapign. Therefore, playing friendlies against lowly opposition is important in building confidence for beating the teams that year u are supposed to beat. Now, fast forward to 2016, Zambia only used 1 of the 10 FIFA calendar days. All this was amid many failed high profile friendlies that simply fell through. We need to use these calendar days and what better way than to engage your neighboring countries which is affordable and doable rather than focus on finding that one high profile game. The high profile friendlies will come once we start getting the results to make the world aware of who we are, but that reputation building starts with international tournaments which should be our short term focus. I will leave your u with this; the only difference between a spec ops soldier and a regular one is the amount of bullets they fire in training, Zambia needs as many bullets fired as possible and pushing some small team friendlies will allow us to improve. We need to humble ourselves in order to get better.

  3. Pungwa says:

    Swanky Bus indeed Soccerguru – Just seen it ! Elite Lusaka Dynamos naisa !

  4. soccerguru says:

    Guys who is sponsoring Lusaka Dynamos?

  5. Kasama Boy says:

    When I compare these busses at club and national level with others I see from other loud mouthed countries; then I compare the quality of stadiums, playing surfaces and all, in Zambia with yet other loud mouthed countries; then I compare the results we have been churning out at club level, national team level with other loud mouthed countries, I just smile to myself, and sing.
    Iye, iye, iye Chipolopolo.

  6. Nigeria was in action last night with senegal they draw 1all draw,Uganda was also playing against kenya the draw 1all and on sunday kenya will be playing against DRC so meaning in the space of a week they will be playing two friendlies so I don’t understand when a country like kenya is playing quality friendlies while zambia the 2012 Afcon champion is failing to secure quality friendlies infact I don’t even remember the last time kenya qualified to Afcon I think the kenyan FA have a proper vision to run the affairs of football compared to our kamanga led FAZ so with such visionless leader you think our football will develop no it can’t develop

  7. Remember we draw with cameroon the current Afcon champion away so our perfomance is not that bad FAZ can do better than this. our FiFA ranking can’t improve if we play lusaka dynamos but knowing how kamanga his children here they can’t see all this

  8. I mean to say knowing how kamanga and his children are they can’t see this

  9. Zambian Buffalo says:

    Nice one positive thinking! Great analysis.

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