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Red Arrows off to Europe for pre season


Zambian Super League side Red Arrows have left for Europe.

The Zambia Air force Sponsored side will be based in Valencia, Spain and expected to play friendly matches.

Among the programme lined up in Valencia, includes tactical training, systems of play, and a line up of high level pre – competition friendlies with selected teams such as FC Langhental of Switzerland and FC UFA of Russia to mention a few.

The Team will also have an opportunity to watch live a La Liga Match – Valencia vs Real Sociedad at the Estadio De Mastalla home of FC Valencia.

The trip comes at the back of an invitation to the Zambia Air Force – the official sponsor of Red Arrows FC by some of it’s partners among others the Global Sports Management of Sweden (GSM) and the Oliva Nova Hotel Sports Complex in Valencia where the Team will be staying.

And Coach Honor Janza is confident that his boys will not dissapoint this season as many of his requests to re-energise the team has yielded positive such as player recruitment and a robust pre season training programme both within and out of Zambia.

Danny Munyao (GK)
Ian Otieno (GK)
Kenny Mumba (GK)

Benedict Chepeshi
Elvis Bissong
Charles Sinyingwa
Joseph Zimba
Jimmy Chisenga
Derrick Mwansa

George Mandu
Chrispin Sakulanda
Chisenga Lukwembe
Justine Zulu
Bruce Musakanya
Daniel Sibanda
Pual Katema
Dominic Yobe
George Simbayambaya
Stanley Nshimbi

Josphat Kasusu
Samuel Ssekamatte
Andrew Tololwa
Joseph Phiri
Evans Musonda

Honor Janza
Joel Bwalya
Chisi Mbewe
LT Chunga – Medical

Col N Chilando – Delegation Leader
Maj B Milunga – T/ Manager
LT Misheck Kalembwe – PR and Media Liaison

Team leaves for Valencia Sunday 18 February 2018 and return to Lusaka on 02 March 2018.

4 Comments to Red Arrows off to Europe for pre season

  1. Julio says:

    Fantastic arrangement. Well done by Red Arrows management. Will give the players exposure.

  2. Kasama Boy says:

    My name is also Paul, but that is not the way we spell it.
    This training trip by Arrows is more than an excellent idea.
    It will reaIly make other teams like my beloved Kabwe Warriors wake up from the slumber of expecting good results without sowing any seeds in fertile and well watered soils.
    I just hope Red Arrows will interpret their robust off-season training programme into results on the ground.
    They deserve the league this season. Take it RAFC, he who dares wins.

  3. Benny says:

    Wow!if they have sponsorship in Europe it will be great wake up teams stop going 2 Zimbabwe

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