?> November 21, 2018 | ZamFoot

Wednesday, November 21st, 2018


AWCON: Nigeria thump Zambia, South Africa soar

The Zambia Women national soccer team slumped to a 4 – 0 defeat at the ongoing Total Women Africa Cup of Nations at the hands of defending champions Nigeria. Coach Bruce Mwape stuck with the team that beat Equatorial Guinea 5 – 0 starting with the same XI with Spain based Barbara Banda still missing from the starting XI this time due to injury. The Copper Queens held up very well until they were opened up on the right by a quick interchange of passes and Ugochi Desire Oparanozie tapped inRead More

AWCON: Nigeria 4 – 0 Zambia (Highlights)

Featured Video Play Icon

AWCON: Nigeria 4-0 Zambia (As it happened)

The Kopa Queens are action against Nigeria in a Group B tie of the Women African Cup of Nations. Coach Bruce  Mwape has named unchanged side with star player Barbara Banda on the bench although she is eligible after serving his suspension. 2018 AFRICA WOMEN CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP B Wednesday 21/1 The Kopa Queens are in action against Nigeria in a Group B tie at the Womens African Cup of Nations against 10 times Champions Nigeria. Coach Bruce Mwape has named unchanged side with star player Barbara Banda on the benchRead More

Paper Talk: Janny Sikazwe cries- I am not guilty

Zambian FIFA referee Janny Sikazwe says he is ready to prove his innocence over alleged bias officiating during the CAF Champions League semi-final match between Tunisian side Esperance and Premiero Agosto of Angola. Confederation of African Football (CAF) disciplinary board chairman Raymond Hack suspended Sikazwe over allegations of corruption, violation of CAF statutes, regulations and disciplinary code. Sikazwe said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that he is ready to appear before the CAF disciplinary board to prove his innocence. “Of course I am ready to go for hearing. IRead More

Wanyeka Munzi! What an insult to my intelligence as Wada says Sven has failed

Zambia’s failure to qualify to the African Cup of Nations for the second consecutive time under the FAZ administration of Andrew Kamanga is trending in the landlocked country. Football is the country’s no.1 sport, and across the country, from Chilubi  Island to Shang’ombo,  Nakonde to Sinazongwe, and Ikelengi to Nyimba, Kamanga and Chipolopolo Boys’ Belgian coach Sven Vandenbroeck are the most talked about names. For that, it is no surprise that former Chipolopolo Boys coach Wedson Nyirenda has failed to take back a seat. Now at struggling South African PremierRead More