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PSL Wrap : Zambian players disappoint in midweek games

Striker Brian Mwila played the last 45 minutes for Platinum stars who beat Ajax Cape town 1-0 to record their first league win of the season .

Mwila who came on the 45th minute to replace Monama missed a number of chances as he keeps looking for his first Dikwena goal.

Mere’s 51st free-kick was enough to seal the three points for Dikwena. Rodrick Kabwe was an unused substitute for Ajax.

Former Nkwazi talisman Justin Shonga was an unused substitute for Orlando Pirates on their humiliating 3-1 loss to Masandawana. Kennedy Mweene did not even make the bench for Mamelodi Sundowns.

Captain Hlopo Kekana scored a brace ones from the centre circle venomous plus a venomous Anthony Laffor long range gave Masandawana all three points.

Log leaders Baroka drew with Amazulu to keep their spot at the top of the log. Zambian striker Lewis Macha was left out of the match day squad.

Salulani Phiri was in action yesterday for Polokwane City who managed to hold Kaizer Chiefs to nil all draw. The former sensational Zanaco midfielder put in a decent shift in the first 85 minutes before a muscle strain forced him out of action.


10 Comments to PSL Wrap : Zambian players disappoint in midweek games

  1. km says:

    PSL is not a good league for zambian players.My person analysis is that South Africans feel that, they are power house in southern Africa, They Ave desired to be superior to Zambia, but they Ave failed.They envy Zambia soccer.This has created a measure of acrimony towards Zambia football. This has come down, sometimes to the unfair treatment of Zambia players by these south African coaches.

  2. km says:

    I just don’t like zambian players to be playing in this league. I would prefer them, to remain in the Zambian league .It is easy to maintained their form in this league than the South African league. Just imagine, Kennedy mwene,the two mulengas,kabwe rodric,shonga,mwila. Most of them are not active. I don’t like it at.

  3. km says:

    The only superiority PSL has over Zambia league, is money.Its more entertaining to watch Zambian league because it’s full of players rich in natural football skills,than those in PSL

    • Big Steve 4rm SA says:

      And yet a PSL team won the CAF champions league and another is in the Confed cup final….but we still think ZPL is superior…mmmmmm!!!!!

  4. J.S says:

    the title should have read, “an off day midweek for Zambian players in the PSL”
    I keep thinking, gone are the days when Zambian players took PSL by storm. Look at Shonga..its so competitive out there.

  5. Zambian Buffalo says:

    For me I don’t blame SA but I blame the players themselves , FA not advise them properly, the handlers as well. It hates each time I hear name Mukuka Mulenga. Its very sad.

  6. Big Steve 4rm SA says:

    It feels like the days of Zambian players being the major stars in the PSL are gone. Our boys are even struggling to hold first team spots these days…..

  7. km says:

    I agree with you brother,I remember great Kalu’s statement concerning the move of Mukuka mulenga to PSL league. He said”,these young talented zambian players should not look to South African league to enhance their talents,but they should work hard and have their goals in European clubs,”.He was right.Mukuka mulenga was very talented, but went to misuse his talent with PSL league .Its high time, these players should be principled . They should be able to balance love for money, and protecting their career and talent.They should not rush to south Africa because of money. Love of money will damage their talent.They should Stick to the zambian league for while and they should be patient enough, then they will go a right place,not this league. To hear of Mukuka mulenga it’s so painful.

  8. Sibs says:

    I agree with Big Steve we can not say the ZPL is better than PSL when our teams get beat by these PSL Teams when it comes to continental soccer. Supersport is good example the came to Ndola and embarrassed ZESCO in front of their own fans just over a month ago. Sundowns had the better of ZESCO as well. South African league teams have invested a lot and have resources to bring in players from Venezuela, Chile,Australia,New Zealand, Egypt and a lot of other African countries. We just beginning to see a little of foreign influence on our game and its all from our continent.

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