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.
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