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Nchanga Rangers players boycott training

Players of Super league side Nchanga Rangers have boycotted training demanding their unpaid dues.

According to a ZamFoot source in Chingola the players have not been paid in over 3 months.

” The players have boycotted training today and they are demanding for their money. They have not been paid for four months and winning bonuses for two games,” the source said.

With a demotivated squad, the Chingola based team has been in free fall and have gone 13 consecutive games without a win losing 5 times in the process.

Nchanga Rangers are 15th on the log with 19 points, just 7 more than bottom placed Real Nakonde.

They face in-form Zesco United at home this Saturday.

6 Comments to Nchanga Rangers players boycott training

  1. Bsimms says:

    Ummmm why? This makes sad reading.

  2. Bsimms says:

    4 months with or without explaination is unacceptable.

  3. Dynamite says:

    And you wonder why shamujompa left them for Power Dynamos.

  4. kensplash says:

    What is exactly wrong with ba KCM? They are busy siphoning money out of this country and giving nothing back to the community.Anyway being Indians what do you expect. These people from India play a lot of cricket and not soccer,therefore, they are not interested. Nchanga rangers is one of the biggest teams in the land and the executive committee at Nchanga must do something about looking for more sponsorship. They must wake up. These Indians wont help them because they are up to no good.

  5. Sibs says:

    This is sad news for all Brave Nchanga Rangers fans. How do these players survive if not paid? They won’t even have the energy to play without food or proper diet.
    Yashani kashi ba Management??

    @Justice my brother in Denmark the old Rangers fan please make some calls through to Chingola.


    It’s the sinking titanic. No wonder they can’t hold on to the best players. Welcome to Aba Yellow Shamujompa!

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