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Players abroad: Fashion, Mbesuma, Mwape and Rodrick on target as Sunzu wins Ligue one promotion

Zambian players abroad were in action over the weekend and it was a goals galore for the Zambians. Fashion Sakala, Rodrick Kabwe, Collins Mbesuma and Mwape Musonda were all on target.

Stophila Sunzu won promotion to Ligue one with Metz FC while Salulani Phiri set up a goal for Walter Musona in South Africa.

Round Up:

In South Africa, Salulani Phiri set up Walter Musona for the opener and put a 77 minute shift for Polokwane City in their 2-0 win over Highlands Park.

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Gamphani Lungu was a second half substitute while Billy Mutale was an unused substitute for Supersport United in their one all draw with Bidvest Wits.

Mwape Musonda scored his 15th goal of the season but it was not enough as Maritzburg United beat his Black Leopards 2-1 to make sure they continue their winless run, Five games without a win now.

Former Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda and his Baroka FC team moved further away from the relegation zone thanks to a one nil win over Amazulu. Tshediso Patjie scored the only goal of the game.

Former Nkana captain Donashano Malama was an unused substitute for Chippa United who suffered a 2 nil loss at the hands of Ben McCarthy’s Cape Town City.

In the NFD, Collins Mbesuma scored his tenth goal of the season as Maccabi beat Mbombela United 3-0 on Sunday.

Rodrick Kabwe scored a goal and put in a 65 minute shift but Ajax Cape Town gave away a one nil lead and lost the match 2-1 to dent their PSL promotion hopes.

In Tanzania, Midfield ace Clatous Chota Chama was rested by coach Patrick Aussems but Simba SC were still strong as they beat Biashara United 2-0 thanks to a John Bocco brace.

In Tunisia, Kabaso Chongo was redcarded , Rainford Kalaba was an unused substitute while Nathan Sinkala put in a full shift for TP Mazembe who suffered a one nil loss at the hands of Espérance Sportive de Tunis in the CAF Champions league.

In Austria, Patson Daka put in a full shift while Enock Mwepu was an unused substitute as Redbull Salzburg suffered a 2-1 defeat away to Wolfsberger AC.

Brian Mwila was left out of the Rheindorf Altach match day as they hosted Wacker Innsbruck who handed them a big 4-1 defeat.

In Belgium, Fashion Sakala scored from the spot and KV Oostende to a two all draw with Sporting Charleroi in a Belgian Uefa Europa league play off round.

In France, Chipolopolo defensive kingpin Stophila Sunzu put in a full shift for FC Metz who won promotion to Ligue 1 following a 2-1 win over Red Star.

Elsewhere, Emmanuel Banda put in a 61 minute shift for AS Béziers who succumbed to a 4-2 loss at the hands of Grenoble Foot 38 .

In Israel, Defender Emmanuel Mbola put in a full shift for Bnei Sakhnin who suffered a 2-1 at home to Hapoel Haifa.

In Poland, Winger Lubambo Musonda is out injured and missed the one all draw between Wisła Kraków and his Śląsk Wrocław.

In Russia, Arsenal Tula played two games in four days beating Spartak Moscow 3-0 and then drawing 1-1 with Orenburg. Evans Kangwa was on target against Moscow and was a second half substitute against Orenburg.

 






4 Comments to Players abroad: Fashion, Mbesuma, Mwape and Rodrick on target as Sunzu wins Ligue one promotion

  1. Chindika Popeye Nguni says:

    So the number of Zambian players based in Europe is actually less than 10 and not of them are playing in the top four leagues in Europe.. Where are we lacking behind???

    • Lukanga Kafusha Justice says:

      Just like football administrators Zambian most of the Zambian football players are not very serious and ambitious. Average West African players do manage in Europe because of hard work and their professionalism. The only serious Zambian players we have in Europe is Sunzu who is always featuring for his club. Evans is doing fine as well in Russian league that is full of racsim. Unless the players we have Europe improve scouts will turn a blind eye. Most Zambian players are lazy and always look to God to help them. God helps those who help themselves, meaning it is you that can help yourself. Apart from that I think paliba ne ya kutina aba Sungu no muchinshi sana

      In conclusion our players don’t fight like kalusha and Charlie did. It is only Sunzu who is doing that a fact supported by his game time at Metz in France. The story is the same for those in South Africa. These players need to use Kalu, Charles, Sunzu, Kenneth Malitoli as a yard stick from which to measure their standards. The players I have mentioned did very well as pros piling their trade outside Zambia. Mwape Miti and Andrew Tembo are other players worth mentioning as having done exceptionally well in Denmark. A look at the number of Zambian players that failed in Europe will support my comments
      Edwin Phiri, Sweden failure
      Boyd Mwila, Sweden failure
      Perry Mutapa never lived up to expectations
      Andrew Sinkala Average
      Moses Sichone average
      Chisamba Lungu Average
      Jacob Mulenge Average
      Ronald sate sate failure
      Fwayo Tembo Failure

      I can go on with the list.

      The reason for failure is either lack of education or inferiority complex

      A look at what is happening now does not surprise me

      I don’t know whether this will ever change

      Just my observations. Sorry if I hurt you but truth has to be told. When a player is content with a place on bench then you know the guy has no fighting spirit

      Let Zambian players learn from West Africans who in my opinion have the hunger, desire, discipline and mental strength to succeed
      Not lyonse ati lesa (God), God is for everyone

      AMEN

      • Paddy says:

        I agree with most of what you have said boss apart from Jacob Mulenga. You put him in the average category which I don’t agree with. I think Jacob was way more than just average. I do agree with your point of Zambians hoping for God to help them without putting in effort. That’s why I’ve always been against the foolish idea of “Lesa na bola.” It promotes laziness and vanity.

        If more players under the “legal” age of 17 and 20 can fight their way to Europe Zambia will produce a squad worth being proud of. As teenagers they will lean that professional football is not just about running on the pitch, it’s about lifestyle (what you eat/drink when no one is watching, hardwork on and off the pitch), personal ambition just to mention a few.

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