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Zambia U20 hold first training session in Korea

The Zambia U-20 has had their first training in Jeju where they are shaping up for the FIFA World Cup that commences on Saturday.

Zambia is accommodated at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Jeju and got down to business this morning with their first training session at the Kang Chang Hak Stadium.

FAZ Communications Manager Desmond Katongo told Fazfootball.com from Jeju that the team had an hour session and will be back in the afternoon.

The African champions are in Group C alongside Portugal, Iran and Costa Rica.

Zambia opens its FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 on Sunday against Portugal with kickoff being at 06:45 hours.

Pay television channel SuperSport will televise all the matches.

Story by Fazfootball

6 Comments to Zambia U20 hold first training session in Korea

  1. Kasama Boy says:

    You have already defied the odds by scaling the African heights. Do the same at world level.Take one game at a time and God Bless You.

  2. PHOTON says:

    We are itching with anxiety to see wallop them as expected

  3. kamwa says:

    The potential dark horses:
    Hosts Korea Republic will be able to call on not just a gifted, high-energy side, but raucous support from an entire nation. Zambia claimed the African crown in style, their explosiveness in particular catching the eye. USA will be hopeful that their defensive solidity can take them a long way, as was the case in the CONCACAF qualifying competition, while Mexico will fancy their chances of sweeping aside all comers if star attacker Ronaldo Cisneros is on song.

  4. kamwa says:

    Players to watch Korea U20 World Cup: FIFA Report:

    Jean-Kevin Augustin (France, 19, forward). “He’s the perfect understudy to Edinson Cavani [at PSG]. In my book, Augustin is the future.” France coach Rolland Courbis

    ​Cameron Carter-Vickers (USA, 19, defender). “He can be one of the best centre-backs in England.” Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino

    Patson Daka (Zambia, 18, forward). “Players like him are hard to come by. His movement off the ball is perfect and he’s lethal in front of goal.” FC Salzburg director of football Christoph Freund

    Exequiel Palacios (Argentina, 18, midfielder). “He’s taking his first steps but I believe he’s got plenty of potential. He has the physical and technical attributes.” River Plate coach Marcelo Gallardo

    Lee Seungwoo (Korea Republic, 19, forward). “He has huge potential and incredible scope for improvement.” Barcelona B coach Gerard Lopez

    Rodrigo Bentancur (Uruguay, 19, midfielder). “I’ve got no doubt he’s going to be a success in Europe. You just have to look at how he carries himself and his ball control.” Former Argentina star Juan Roman Riquelme

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