Numba names 45 man provisional squad for COSAFA U20 Championships
The newly eleveted U20 National team technical bench led by Numba Mumamba has named a 45 man provisional squad for next month’s Cosafa U20 Championships. The team is mainly consisted of players from this years COSAFA U17 Championships winning squad.
National Assembly striker Gamphani Jones Lungu who has scored a whooping 17 goals and assisted on 22 occasions on the road to leading the parliamentarians back to the super league has also been given a call up.
Ngosa Sunzu is the only player returned from coach Beston Chambeshi’s all conquering U20 squad that won the 2017 U20 AFCON and reached the quarter finals of the World cup.
Sensational Zanaco duo of Striker Damiano Kola and winger Kunda Nkandu have also been drafted into the squad.
The tournament will take place between 6th and 16th December in the Copperbelt. Nkana and Arthur Davies stadium will be the host stadia for this years tournament.
Danny Sikanyika (Lusaka Dynamos), Ben Mwale (Zanaco), Bradley Mweene ( LusakaYouth Academy), Prince Bwalya (Green Buffaloes), Emmanuel Mphasi Emmanuel Mphasi (Golden Celtic)
Jack Chisha (Young Zesco), Justine Mwanza (Young Nkana), Poncilio Kapampa (Kabwe Warriors) Hillary Mwiinga (Red Arrows), Joseph Phiri (Kamwala Academy), Kasonde Mulenga (National Assembly), Chrispin Kawezya (Malalo Police), Andrew Phiri (Kafue Celtic), Jonathan Kapelembe (Romeki), Victor Kasokola (Konkola Blades), Godfrey Mwila (Kamwala Academy), Christopher Katongo (Kasama United Youth), Kingsley Hakwiya (Kansanshi High School), Dalitso Banda (Young Zanaco).
Jonathan Tembo (Gomes), Dauti Silwimba (Young Zesco), Kelvin Kapumbu (Lumwana Radiants), Godfrey Chanda (Green Buffaloes), Ngosa Sunzu (Napsa Stars), Kunda Nkandu (Zanaco), Musonda Kalale (Chambeshi FC), Mukuka Chanda (Gomes), Harry Milanzi (Young Green Buffaloes), Benson Kolala (Nchanga Rangers), Jimmy Hamanzuka (National Assembly), Niza Simutenda (Mphande Youth Academy), John Mulalangabo, Michael Kafusha (Kasama United Youth), Muma Mumba (Zamcoal Diggers), Prince Mumba (Kabwe Warriors), Clinton Lubula (Kabwata Dynamos), Alex Bulaya (Nakambala Leopards)
Lameck Banda (Nkwazi), Gamphani Lungu (National Assembly), Martin Njobvu (Nchanga Rangers), Christopher Phiri (Kafue Celtic), George Nyimbili (Young Zanaco), Damiano Kola (Zanaco), Francisco Mwepu (Chambeshi FC), Paul Mwachisemu (Kafue Celtics)
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