Moses Sichone named FAZ Assistant Technical Director
The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has appointed former Chipolopolo defender Moses Sichone as FAZ Assistant Technical Director.
The FAZ also announced that Sichone, 41, will be Interim FAZ Technical Director, giving him full responsibilities of the position of Technical Director.
The position of FAZ Technical Director has been vacant since Honour Janza left to join Red Arrows in January.
Sichone who had a successful career in Germany starting out at FC Cologne after leaving Nchanga Rangers in 1999 takes up his appointment with immediate effect.
“Today we are introducing a new member of the team, Mr Sichone who is coming in to fill the gap on the technical side because we have not had a Technical Director since Mr Honour Janza left earlier in the year,” FAZ president Andrew Kamanga said when he unveiled Sichone.
Kamanga also announced that Sichone who holds a UEFA A licence will join the U20 national team technical bench for the Cosafa U20 championship and later be part of the Chipolopolo team that will play at the CHAN tournament in Morocco.
Despite being one of the finest talents to come out of Zambia, the Chipolopolo never saw the best of ‘Big Mo’ as he was embroiled in an allowances dispute with the then FA led by Teddy Mulonga at his peak.
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