?> June 26, 2017 | ZamFoot

Monday, June 26th, 2017


Mbombo left behind from Zesco team to play Smuoha in Egypt

Under-fire Zesco United coach Zlatko Kromptic has ‘dropped’ Idriss Mbombo from the squad that will travel to Egypt for the CAF Confederations Cup match against Smouha. Zesco United released an 18 man squad that will travel to Alexandria tomorrow (Tuesday) and they welcomed back Jesse Were, Anthony Agay and Kondwani Mtonga who all missed the trip to Angola where they lost 3 – 0 to Libolo. However there was no place for Dauti Musekwa and Mbombo who also missed the weekend match in the local league. A statement from theRead More

Nyirenda turns to foreign based players for Cosafa

Wedson Nyirenda has drafted in three foreign based players in the Chipolopolo squad that is currently camp ahead of the Cosafa Cup quarter final match against Botswana on Saturday as pressure continues to build for him to produce positive results. Wada Wada has called the South African trio of Rodrick Kabwe of Ajax Capetown, Salulani Phiri of Polokwane City and Mwape Musonda who plays for Black Leopards. The initial squad only had U20 international Emmanuel Banda as the only foreign based player in the team but he has pulled outRead More

Emmanuel Banda signs for Belgian side

Zambia U20 national team midfielder Emmanuel ‘The maestro’ Banda has signed for Belgiun top flight side KV Oostende from Portguese fourth tier side Esmoriz. Banda inked a three year deal that will see him remain on the books of Oostende until 2020. The ZamFoot Crew understands that many clubs were interested in landing the attacking midfielder including FC Porto. But the 19 year old opted to switch from Portugal to Belgium. The offer from Oostende came through FIFA Agent Nir Karin who presented the deal to the player and the clubRead More

Chilufya jets into Sweden

  Zambia Under-20 star Edward ‘Tiger’ Chilufya has landed in Sweden ahead of a possible move. The Mpande Youth academy player left the country on Sunday on Ethiopian airways and connected Stockholm from Addis Ababa. After the AFCON triumph on home soil, the pacy winger attended trials at Swedish side Djurgardens. More to follow…  

Edward Chilufya set to complete Euro Move

  Zambia Under-20 star winger Edward ‘Tiger’ Chilufya has left for Europe were he is expected to sign for club. And the ZamFoot Crew understands that one member of the ‘Dream Team’ which reached the quarter finals at the Korea World Cup will sign in the next 18 hours. Kachepa on Ball has it that it could be either Tiger or Emmanuel Banda. The ZamFoot Crew understands that there have been enquiries on defensive duo Shemmy Mayembe and Moses Nyondo of Zesco United and Nkana respectively.

Fans question Clatous Chama’s snub from Cosafa Squad

Chipolopolo Boys coach Wedson ‘Wada Wada’ Nyirenda’s decision to omit winger Clatous Chota ‘Triple C’ Chama from the Cosafa Squad which will face Botswana in the quarter finals of the Cosafa Cup has been questioned by the Chipolopolo faithful. Lusaka Dynamos captain together with Stanley Nshimbi and Augustine Mulenga of Red Arrows and Zanaco respectively have been thee best wingers on the local scene in the first third of the season so far. “If you look at the wingers this season Clatous [Chota Chama] has been up there with AuguRead More

Emmanuel Banda set to miss Cosafa

Zambia Under-20 midfielder Emmanuel ‘The Maestro’ Banda will have to wait for his international debut. The former Edusport and Nchanga Rangers midfielder left the country two days ago and headed to Europe. “It seems like the boy is set to sign for another club in Europe and that has caught Wada (Wedson Nyirenda) unaware as he was made to believe that he was going to be available for Cosafa,” a ZamFoot Crew source revealed. “If he wasn’t moving, then his club in Portugal would have preferred him to be playingRead More

Champions league extra slots in Kamanga’ agenda at CAF Symposium

  By James Sibeleki in Livingstone. CAF are set to converge an African Football Symposium at the Extraordinary General Assembly on July 17-18th in Rabat Morocco. The Symposium will host Invited stakeholders such as Jounalists, former players and FA Presidents to discuss on how to improve the game in Africa. The Football Association of Zambia President, Andrew Kamanga said, he will utilize this event to get a clear picture of how many clubs his country will field in CAF Champions league and Confederation Cup. A wide consensus is that, byRead More

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