?> November 15, 2018 | ZamFoot

Thursday, November 15th, 2018

 

We are not intimidated by names: Barbara Banda

Zambia Women national team captain Barbara Banda says her and her team mates are not intimidated by the big names names that they will face in Ghana during the Women Africa Cup of Nations. Responding to reporters upon arrival in Ghana the 18 year old Spain based forward said the likes of England based Falcons forward Assisat Oshoala are just players like her and her team mates. “Looking at the big names they are just players like us. We are not intimidated by them,” she said. Head coach Bruce MwapeRead More


Luka Tembo ditches Lusaka dynamos

Defender Luka Tembo has become the latest player to ditch troubled Super League Lusaka dynamos the ZamFoot crew can reveal. According to ZamFoot crew sources close to the defender he has not been paid for a number of months. “Luka has terminated his contract with the club because they have not paid him for a number of months,” the source said. ” These players have families they have to feed but how do they do that when they are not given their dues,” the source added. The former Kabwe warriorsRead More


Kopa Queens goalkeeper ruled out of tourney

Zambia Women national football team goalkeeper Catherine Musonda has been ruled out the CAF Womens African Cup of Nations tournament in Ghana. The Kopa Queens Team Doctor Faith Chibeza Mwansa said the second choice goalkeeper will miss out due to injury. Dr Chibeza-Mwansa, who is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at UTH also revealed that midfielder Helen Chanda will be fit for the tournament after he picked up a knock in a friendly against Cameroon. “As at now we have one player our second choice goalkeeper Catherine Musonda, She was injuredRead More


MUSAMBA INELIGIBLE TO PLAY U-20, SAYS BWALE

Zambia U-20 Coach Charles Bwale says crowd favourites Nerbert Musamba is ineligible to play for the U-20, adding that he only qualifiers to play for senior national team. Bwale said he alongside the U-20 team manager had taken time to verify if the 2018 Barclay’s Cup people’s darling Musamba was eligible to play for his side. And Bwale said the response from the players was good especially that Zambia did not qualify for the U-20 AFCON. He said the best players were putting their best. The Junior Chipolopolo coach confirmedRead More


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