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Players Abroad: Kangwa assists as Chamanga makes history

Zambian players abroad turned up for their various clubs and they recorded different results.


Striker Obbrey Chirwa put in a full ninety minute shift but could not rescue George Lwandamina’s Young Africans as they suffered a shock elimination from the CAF champions league by Township Rollers.


Justin Shonga played the first 78 minutes of Orlando Pirates two goals to one win over Golden Arrows. Augustine Mulenga was an unused substitute.

Winger Rodrick Kabwe played the full ninety minutes for Ajax Cape town in their one nil loss at the hands of Bloemfotein Celtic.

Midfielder Salulani Phiri featured for his Polokwane City out-fit who suffered a 2-1 loss away at Maritzburg United.


Defensive  midfielder Donashano Malama helped the Olympique Club de Khouribga beat Chabab Atlas Khenifra by a lone goal.


The trio of Rainford Kalaba, Nathan Sinkala and Kabaso Chongo all played for TP Mazembe who suffered a three nil bashing in Mozambique in the CAF champions league by UD Songo.


Midfielder Enock Mwepu put in an impressive full ninety minute shift for FC Liefering who beat Team für Wien by a lone goal.

Striker Patson Daka is out nursing a hamstring injury.


Striker James chamanga played his 100th game for Liaoning Kiaxin who suffered a one nil loss at the hands of Shengzen. Chamanga become the first foreign player playing for Liaoning Kiaxin to reach the milestone.

Jacob Mulenga was left of the match day squad.


Defender Emmanuel Mbola played ninety minutes for Hapoel Ranaana in their 3-1 win over Maccabi Petah Tikva. Striker Emmanuel Mayuka was left out of the match day squad.


Former Sensational Zanaco forward Moses Phiri played the last 29 minutes for Sporting Covilha who suffered a humiliating three nil loss at the hands of Porto II. Fourteenth placed Covilha have not recorded a single win in their last five matches.


Edward Chilufya was an unused substitute for Djurgadens IF who beat AIK by two goals to nil.


Defender Prosper Chiluya was an unused substitute for Bethleem Steel who beat Richmond Kickers by a tune of four goals to one in their USL encounter.


Evans Kangwa provided an assist for Artem Dzyuba in Arsenal Tula’s 2-2 draw with Rostov. Both Kangwa and defender Stophila Sunzu played the full ninety minutes.

In the Fonbet league striker Fashion Sakala put in a full ninety minute shift for Spartak Moskva II who drew nil nil with Kuban Krasnodar.



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11 Comments to Players Abroad: Kangwa assists as Chamanga makes history

  1. Prince says:

    MBOLA and the boys in Russia deserves call ups!! I actually beginning to accept that this coach is a thick head!

    • Pele says:

      Is this when you realised what a useless coach we have….where have you been?

    • Jeaffrey Tembo says:

      U ar absolutely right bcoz players at to mazembe,Russia n Israel ar every week performing well at international level to deserve a call up but coach Wada is full of himself as if his not a born again Christian.

  2. Anita says:

    Iwee Wada. Call Evans Kangwa and Mbola. What’s wrong with you.

  3. Zagwa says:

    Take note of mazembe’s bashing at the hands of a Mozambican club!!!!We are going to mozambique in the CAN!!!!Strengh of a club in these small countries reflects direclty to the national team as they rarely import.

    Dont get shocked, remember they came and humiliated us here!!!!

  4. Papa says:

    I still cannot believe that coach Nyirenda still prefers Mtonga to Nathan Sinkala and Kapumbu to Mbola. How on earth does he leave out Rainford Kalaba. Even Kabaso Chongo is better than Silwimba. This coach is very stubborn. Nathan Sinkala would make an excellent duo with Enock Mwepu in midfield. Enock is more creative and often goes forward marauding while Sinkala is disciplined and keeps his position deep in midfield and is useful at set pieces where he often arrives late to strike balls at goal. Silwimba is just a sack of muscles with neither speed not skill. Mbola is a modern wingback rather than a fullback who gives the team attacking impetus. Kangwa would also be better than some of the strikers Nyirenda calls to the team.

    • pungwa says:

      Am a Wada supporter but am also a bit baffled at his team selection. Kangwa, Mbola are clearly starting and playing 90 minutes in Europe. I dont understand how they cannot be good enough for Chipolopolo – awe ba Wada mwalansebanya !

    • Julio says:

      Well said. I thought he would finally call Mbola for this tourney. For me he has been the most consistent Zambian player playing in Europe since of late in terms of appearances.

  5. Julio says:

    Looking at the round up, apart from an assist, not a single player on the score sheet. I think that’s one area we our Zambian team lacks, a clinical striker. Hope the technical bench can work on that. Seems like it’s not just happening for Mayuka in Israel.

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