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Zesco United arrive in Niger to kickoff 2018/19 CAF CL

Zambian league champions Zesco United have arrived in the Niger capital Niamey ahead of the CAF Champions League ahead of the preliminary round first leg game against AS Sonidep.

The Zesco squad left Ndola yesterday and traveled via Ethiopia before connecting to Niger where they touched down at Diori Hamani International Airport at 2:15PM.

The George Lwandamina coached side is camped at Hotel Gaweye.

Lwandamina named a 19 man squad for the trip which included three new signings Rahim Osumanu, Mwila Phiri Jnr and Clement Mwape.

The game will be played on Tuesday 27th November while the return match will be played in Ndola on Tuesday 4th December at Levy Mwanawasa stadium.

Zesco United Squad

1.Jacob Banda 2.Simon Silwimba 3.Solomon Sakala 4.David Ordhiambo 5.Marcel Kalonda 6.Kondwani Mtonga 7.Anthony Agay Akumu 8.Misheck Chaila 9.John Chingandu 10 Lazarous Kambole 11.Jesse Jackson Were 12.Enock Sabumukama  13.Rahim Osumanu 14.Samson Banda 15 Clement Mwape 16.Mwila Phiri jnr 17.Kalengo Maybin 18.Kalengo Winstone 19.Fackson Kapumubu.

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8 Comments to Zesco United arrive in Niger to kickoff 2018/19 CAF CL

  1. Mingalato says:

    Those phones, busy reading Zamfoot.

  2. Lukanga Kafusha Justice says:

    Tourists as usual why even bother to travel knowing the fact that you are wasting tax payer’s money. Zesco please invest in something else as you have been let down by these lazy players. You pay them a lot and in return you get nothing. Fire Chicken and bring in a non-Zambian coach

    inkoko coaching humanbeings te ku pena fye nomba

  3. sly says:

    Ba justice has started smoking alone.

  4. sly says:

    BaJustice has started smoking alone.

  5. Lukanga Kafusha Justice says:

    @sly Zesco always gets past minnows we all know that, but when it comes to North African Arab Countries it is always a nightmare. Why is it so??? Maybe you have the solution this time around. By the way what is it you smoke iwe Ka Nana Kasonde Kafyono, I know it is you hiding behind a maske kolwe

    Look forward to meeting in Vejle on of these nights

  6. Lukanga Kafusha Justice says:

    Look forward to meeting you in Vejle one of these nights. You will regret, by the way when are you coming to Odense? Will be their to welcome you

  7. Lukanga Kafusha Justice says:

    All foreign players piling their trade in Zambia should comply with the following (ba FAZ read or study my comments carefully)

    1. Any foreign player joining a Zambian club should have at least played 10 international games for his country for the last one year either at under17/19/20/23 above that the player sought to be international player for his country with more than 20 international games under his belt

    2. All players under 23 years joining a Zambian club should at least have featured for the under17/19/20/23 in their respective countries and should have featured in not less than 10 international games at either senior or junior level

    Zambian football has gone down due to clubs like Zesco/Zanaco/Nkana/Power and the likes who have infested their playing grounds with half-baked and old Congolese, Zimbabwean, Kenyan etc. players who have never and will ever add anything to the value of Zambian football
    Anyone disputing this fact should tell me why any Zambian club has failed to reach the finals of any continental tournament played under CAF???
    In the past we had Brave Rangers reaching the semi-finals
    Mighty and GBFC reaching the Quarter and semi-finals and finally Power Dynamos even reaching the finals only to lose to Arab Contractors
    As long as we head in the same direction Zambian football is headed for the graveyard
    What do we need to change?

    1. Number of foreign players a club can sign per season and feature at the same time in a game should be reduced to 3

    2. The financial ought to be checked before the season kicks off, in order to avoid players not being paid (example Lusaka Dynamos)
    We have a lot of talent to point whereby we do not need all these foreigners, except for those that can add value.

    If no wants to listen, just wait it is your own fish to fry. Countries like Mozambique, Guinean Bissau, and Namibia finishing ahead of Zambia in the same group

    Zambians shame on you/us. Takwaba everyone thinks us is nothing

  8. Lukanga Kafusha Justice says:

    1. Any foreign player joining a Zambian club should have at least played 10 international games for his country for the last one year either at under17/19/20/23 above that the player ought to be international player for his country with more than 20 international games under his belt

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