Mutapa takes over U20 Women’s team
THE Football Association of Zambia has appointed Oswald Mutapa as the Under-20 Women national team head coach.
Mutapa will be assisted by Beauty Mwamba and Charity Nthala in Zambia’s campaign in the 2016 Papua New Guinea FIFA Under-20 Women World Cup qualifying series.
Mutapa has since summoned 30 players most of them who competed at the U17 World Cup to prepare for a game against Tanzania to be played away on July 11 with the return match a fortnight later.
The Women’s U20 side has since started training at OYDC.
Mutapa was previously U20 national soccer team coach before he was replaced by Hector Chilmbo.
He also had a stint at Red Arrows last year were he was relieved of his duties after a poor showing by the Zambia Airforce side in the league.
U20 Team called to camp:
Hazel Natasha Nali, Regina Kanyamboma, Chishimba Chishimba (Nchanga Queens); Chiko Nkhoma, Margret Belemu, Theresa Chewe, Mary Wilombe, Osala Kaleo, Hellen Chanda Ngandwe (Red Arrows); Wendy Lydia Kunda, Astrida Pupe, Esther Nakalange (Moba Queens); Edina Phiri, Martha Tembo (Chibolya Girls); Memory Phiri, Ireen Lungu, Lweendo Chisamu, Agness Maseba (Green Buffaloes); Grace Chanda, Miniva Chitika (Zesco Ndola Girls); Musole Ngambo, Elizabeth Nachivula (National Assembly); Barbra Banda, Judith Zulu (Bauleni United Sports Academy); Natasha Witika, Maclean Daka (Breakthrough): Jackline Nkole, Sylvia Bwalya (OYDC); Elina Nyirenda (Bauleni); and Rose Cheelo (Sable Queens).
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