ZamFoot’s Ba Muzo goes on Supersport
This weekend ZamFoot was a proud parent.
One of its products Zambia’s football top analyst Musonda “Ba Muzo” Chibulu made his debut on the pay channel Supersport in Lusaka
It was on this site (Zambianfootball.co.zm) that Musonda was first called “Ba Muzo,” a byline coined by us not to cause controversy with his work at Anti-Corruption Commission.
Musonda, probably one of the best football
writers this site has ever produced, wrote blogs and helped to run the site for a period of over four years.
After his appearance analysing the matches in the Zambia top flight on SuperSport over the first weekend of September, the ZamFoot crew caught up with Ba Muzo and joked, “You should retire mudala now.”
He laughed, “Yes, we have now managed to raise so much excitement in Zambian football. That was our target in the beginning at ZamFoot.
“But I have a few blogs in me for ZamFoot before I hang the pen,” the man who now has his own Zambian football column in the Zambia Daily Mail and a television show on Diamond TV said.
“But credit to ZamFoot and you. You discovered me. Remember the first day we met at UNZA?
“You rushed to get your recorder as you asked why I was not involved in national television commentaries.
“I don’t consider myself as having arrived but Zamfoot gave me a great platform. We sacrificed time and resources but it was worth it,” Musonda said.
ZamFoot started in started in 2007 and will be clocking a decade on the 17th September
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