?> November 10, 2018 | ZamFoot

Saturday, November 10th, 2018


UWAFITALA AIMWENA as Nkana clinch first Barclays Cup title

Nkana made easy work of Young Buffaloes to claim their first ever Barclays Cup title. The Wusakile based out-fit put three past the lower tier side to claim an emphatic victory. Both sides started on a lively note with both teams playing an open game. The early stages saw chances for both sides with Young Buffaloes rushing their shots on both occasions. Nkana lived up to their favourites tag as they broke the deadlock eight minutes into the match, Ronald ‘ Sate-Sate’ Kampamba the landlord of Wusakile heading in aRead More

FC Muza awarded three points over abandoned match

THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) Disciplinary Committee has awarded three points with a three-nil score-line to Zone Four log leaders, FC MUZA over the abandoned week 26 match against Mazabuka United. The game between Mazabuka United and FC MUZA was abandoned in the dying minutes due to crowd trouble. The development means that “the Elegant”, have now opened up a six point lead at the summit of Zone Four and only needs one point from the remaining two games to win promotion into the super league. The Keith MweembaRead More

We will close not to concede for an hour says Vandenbroeck

Chipolopolo Boys coach Sven Vandenbroeck ‘expects a tight game’ against Mozambique in the Cameroon 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier. The Belgian trainer has hinted that there will be a change of tactic from his side. “I expect a tight game, I think both teams need to win but we will close (tighten) to not concede in the first 60 minutes. I think this will be more of a tactical waiting game,” he said. Since he took over, the former Cameroon assistant coach has put much more emphasis on playingRead More

Young Buffaloes gaffer aims dig at Nkana

Young Buffaloes coach Josephat Mulenga took a dig at both Nkana and the players during a pre-match press conference held at Heroes Stadium on Friday. Mulenga said his team can not be afraid of players who don’t even make it to the national team. “We have played bigger teams to reach this far who had big players. With or without Mbombo we are ready to take on Nkana. He is just like any other player moreover if you look at these players of nowadays they are not even called toRead More

ZamFoot Abroad: Sunzu impresses on his return to Chateauroux as Fashion, Evans Kangwa make cameo appearances off the bench

Zambian defender Stopilla Sunzu gave a stellar performance at the back in Metz’s 2-1 French Ligue 2 win over his former side Chateauroux on Friday night. The 29 year old who spent a season at Chateauroux one loan nine years ago, returned to the club who deemed him not good him. After impressing in midfield for George Lwandamina’s class of ’07 Zambia under-20 at the World Youth Championship in Canada, the Chililabombwe born became one of the sought after teenagers in the World. In Canada, Sunzu outplayed a Uruguay sideRead More

Pitso points to Shonga, Mulenga threat

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane admits they will have their work cut out in trying to tame Orlando Pirates’ Zambian duo of Justin Shonga and Augustine Mulenga. Shonga and Mulenga are likely to start when table-toppers Pirates visit defending Absa Premiership champions Sundowns at Loftus Stadium on Saturday (15h30). Mosimane has previously spoken about Shonga signing on the dotted line for Sundowns, but despite the coach’s adamance that the player put pen to paper on a contract with the Brazilians, the 22-year-old forward ended up wearing the famous black andRead More

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