Mutapa to take charge of U20 at COSAFA, Summons 42 for camp
The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ ) has confirmed that under-17 Cosafa Cup-winning coach Oswald Mutapa Junior will be in charge of the Under-20 squad during the 2019 COSAFA U20 Championships.
FAZ confirmed the development in a post on their official Facebook page monitored by the ZamFoot Crew. The regional championship will be staged in Lusaka from December 4th to 14th.
Mutapa has since named a 42 member provisional squad. He has combined players from the last three U-17 COSAFA editions and blended them with new players.
The players are expected to enter camp this week to commence preparations in Lusaka. The team will be trimmed further after this week’s camp is the technical bench zeroes in the final squad.
Prince Bwalya (Green Buffaloes FC), Iford Mwale (Vector FC), Flobby Mashakalati (Nchanga Rangers), Phillip Malunga (Young Power Dynamos)
Christopher Katongo (Mpande Youth Academy), Kingsley Hakwiya (Jumulo FC), Hillary Mwiinga (Red Arrows FC), Osward Banda (Ndola Youth Soccer Academy), Issah Kazembe (Ndola United), Vincent Chate (Young Power Dynamos), Justin Mwanza (Young Nkana), William Chungu (Chirundu United), John Chishimba (Zesco United), Golden Mafweta (Zanaco), Musonda Zado Zulu (Lusaka Youth)
Benson Kolala (Forest Rangers), Thomas Zulu (Kafue Celtic), Jones Katongo Mambwe (Vicrich Academy), Muma Mumba (Green Eagles), Patrick Gondwe (Young Nkana), Chanda Mukuka (Gomes FC), Musonda Kalale (Chambeshi FC), Modesto Mulenga Mwamba (Nchanga Rangers), Kelvin Chisenga (Vicrich Academy), Prince Mumba (Kabwe Warriors), Christian Nshindano (HK Rovers), Kelvin Njovu (Jumulo FC), Gilbert Ntetani (Young Power Dynamos), Ihembi Kameya (HK Rovers), Kelvin Mwanza (MUZA FC)
Augustine Kapenda (Modern Skills Academy), Martin Njobvu (Kansanshi Dynamos), Francisco Mwepu (Kafue Celtic), Elliot Kampukesa (Nchanga Rangers), Mundia Phiri (Romeki), Enock Sakala Jr (Zesco United), Kangwa Sinyangwe (Gomes FC), Godfrey Mashata (Green Buffaloes), Dalitso Moono (Chibombo Secondary School), Lyonze Emmanuel Mwiinde (Buildcon), Jonathan Munalula (Roan United), Ricky Banda (Jumulo FC)
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