?> January 4, 2015 | ZamFoot

Sunday, January 4th, 2015

 

Match Reactions: Janza, Mashaba impressed

Chipolopolo Boys coach Honour Janza has said he was impressed with the Copperbullets’ performance in a the 1-0 defeat to Bafana Bafana. And South Africa’s Shakes Mashaba has claimed that his side were. tactically better. “I think it was a good match, South Afria did what they could do, they played good football, they were fast and we expected that,” Janza said after the game. “I’m happy with my boys as well, I know one or two mistakes have been made for us to allow them to get the goal butRead More


Match Report: Chipolopolo fall in pre-season friendly

The Zambia national team on Sunday afternoon went down 1 – 0 to South Africa in an international friendly match played at Orlando Stadium in South Africa. A well taken 81st minute goal by substitute Thuso Phala was enough to down the Chipolopolo in a match of two halves which saw Zambia dominate the first stanza. Honour Janza will be satisfied with his sides first half performance as the Rainford Kalaba captained side dominated the match and controlled the game despite not testing the South African goalie with only twoRead More


Copper bullets gear up


South Africa 1-0 Zambia as it happened

Chipolopolo Boys coach Honour Janza named an attacking side with the likes of Lubambo Musonda, Chisamba Lungu and Rainford Kalaba. Off the bench, Jackson Mwanza, James Chamanga and Mukuka Mulenga all came in to show the depth coach Janza has at his disposal attacking wise. Though Zambia lost to arch-rivals, there are some positives to draw from the game. Below is how the match panned out from Johannesburg’s Orlando Stadium. Zambia XI: Kennedy Mweene – Davies Nkausu, Kondwani Mtonga, Stopilla Sunzu, Rodrick Kabwe – Lubambo Musonda, Nathan Sinkala, Chisamba Lungu,Read More


Bafana Bafana v Chipolopolo Preview: Kondwani to partner Sunzu

Thirteen days to go before the Orange CAF 2015 African Cup of Nations kickoff in Equatorial Guinea, a host of qualified African countries are busy shaping up for the tournament with friendly matches. Southern Africa’s representatives, Zambia and South Africa will battle it out at Orlando Stadium this afternoon. Though it is a friendly match, bragging rights are at stake and both sides will be going for a win. Despite Bafana Bafana being rejuvenated under Shakes Mashaba, the Chipolopolo Boys remain the favourites. While Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has alreadyRead More


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