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Friday, December 7th, 2018


We will cause an upset against Zambia though we not really interested in title-Mozambique U20 coach

Mozambique U20 national team coach Jose Victor Matine has confirmed that his team does not fear the record 11 time COSAFA U20 title holders, Zambia but they do respect them. Buoyant Matine told the ZamFoot crew after hist team played out to a goalless draw with Malawi that they will cause an upset when they face the junior Chipolopolo team on Saturday. “We are not intimidated by Zambia. We have respect for them because they have a good team but we saw there match against Malawi so we are goingRead More

Eagles failed to meet minimum requirements – CAF Official

A Confederation of African Football (CAF) official has confirmed to the ZamFoot Crew that they have communicated to Green Eagles, informing them that Independence Stadium does not meet minimum requirements to host CAF games. “Yes, Green Eagles have been communicated that the Stadium does not meet minimum requirements for CAF games,” the CAF Official said. The Zambian envoys in the 2018-19 CAF Confederation Cup, Green Eagles used the Independence Stadium when they played against Young Buffaloes of Eswatini in the 1st leg of the preliminary round. With the Communiqué fromRead More


    Green buffaloes football club were hosted by Al-merrieck of Juba in sudan during their second meeting of the CAF confederations on the fifth of December 2018. Qualifying for CAF competition is a great opportunity for both the players and the club, however staying on-course to maintain a clean sheet does not come easily. When asked about his thoughts regarding his team’s performance bilton Musonda said “Tactically we are improving because you need to be tactical to play these games more especially when you are playing away. Musonda wentRead More

Coach Charles Bwale is happy with his team and feels they can reach the final

The boys are like wine they get better with time… We can reach the final says Bwale

Zambia U20 national team coach Charles Bwale compared his team to wine that gets better with time. Bwale said his team did not play all that well in the opening game because they were not all that confident but improved in the second game as many of the players had gotten out of their shell. Bwale also hinted on the possibility of the team reaching the final. “The boys are like Wine that mature with time. When the boys played Malawi most of them were not all that confident butRead More

Mumba the Prince does it again

The Zambia U20 national maintained their 100 percent start to the 2018 COSAFA U20 championships following a two nil win over the Democratic Republic of Congo U20 side. The junior Chipolopolo boys scored their goals through Benson Kolala and Prince Mumba in the first half and managed to keep another clean sheet. Kolala opened the scores just 17 minutes into the first half. Six minutes later, Prince Mumba added a second, His third of the campaign to put Zambia in the driving seat. Mumba was the key part of theRead More