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Zanbia U20 camp update – Full house as Patson Daka joins camp

Austria based striker Patson Daka on Saturday evening joined the Zambia U20 camp in Spain to complete the squad that will represent Zambia at FIFA U20 World Cup to be played in South Korea starting this month.

The ZamFoot Crew understands that the striker who scored a goal yesterday for his club in a league game arrived in Tenerife, Spain where the team is camped at about 1840hrs Zambian time.

With Russia based Fashion Sakala having arrived in camp earlier in the week, Daka completes the 21 man squad called by coach Beston Chambeshi for the tournament.

The 18 year old is expected to play a pivotal role for Zambia at the World Cup after he helped Salzburg of Austria win the UEFA Youth League with goals in both the semi final and final of the tournament.

Meanwhile, the Zambia U20 national team yesterday played their second warm up match in Spain against Deportivo Marino.

The Africa U20 champions were held to a 2 – 2 draw in the game and they found the net through Conlyde Luchanga and Fashion Sakala.

Zambia play their first game at the World Cup on 21st May against Portugal.

15 Comments to Zanbia U20 camp update – Full house as Patson Daka joins camp

  1. Don says:

    So far so good, our prayers are with you guys, give it your best shot st the Worldcup.

  2. D4 says:

    The form for Conlyde Luchanga could not have peaked at a better time than this. Its good news for the under 20 depth good for the Chipolopolo.

  3. soccerguru says:

    Happy Conlyde is finding form….very sad that clueless Beston did not use him in a single game

  4. Naked goal says:

    @Soccer guru: I don’t expect you to blame the coach,players are picked, based on form. During U20 AFCON Luchanga was not in good form. Your attack on the coach simply shows a mismatch between your name and your knowledge of soccer. No feelings attached.

  5. Jbs SIMUBENARD says:

    luchanga failed to perform at u20 afcon alipwa what more naku Israel he failed to perform at hapoel ra’ana and its not Beston’s fault mudala

  6. Egwugwu says:

    Soccerguru matakoyobe

  7. D4 says:

    Conlyde was carrying an injury during the AFCON Under 20 tournament. Lets dig dipper just a little bit before we call people names.

  8. Chris; Busy says:

    The earlier the better to know each other’s tricks when playing for the fact that all are young lads

  9. Mwebantu says:

    @Egwugwu, I second your motion.

  10. Sibs says:

    @Egwugwu Please let mind the language we use. We may disagree on issues but let’s not insult each other.

  11. players do carry injuries and sometimes their form drop but we should always mind our language when making comments, I feel with all due respect that some people making some comments on zamfort never played even amateur football which I proudly did. please learn to respect fellow humans, it’s bad to call the coach names or insult the players, coach and fellow bloggers. check your language fellow Zambian s, otherwise some us want to get latest Zambian soccer news not who know how to insult what! please let’s be Christians or at least let’s try. God in everything we do. remember some of you almost demolarised Patson Daka, with your useless comment s, thank God the boy was well psyched, every time you hear clueless coach clueless coach but what have you achieved soccerwise? you claim of taxpayers money wastage but we all use The same tax payers money the only difference the lads work for it I doubt if some of you even work for it, so let’s be serious and let’s encourage our teams take ahead from English fans and how they encourage their teams even the so called small nonentity, but some Zambians even after coach delivers the cup with unbeaten results, you still say clueless, you are forgiven maybe you just don’t know the term clueless, do whatever you want to but let’s give credit where its due, very few teams have won with unbeaten runs. I rest my case let us learn to change our attitude s

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