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Tuesday, March 26th, 2019


Zesco to spend April on the road

    April will be a very busy time for Zesco United who looks already tired due to their involvement in both CAF Champions League and the Confederation Cup. Their title defense will be determined during this period were they will play a total of 7 games in 4 weeks. In those 7 games they will face the likes of Zanaco, LD and Kabwe warriors. Their journey will start on the 3rd April when Kabwe based club Prison Leopards visits Ndola for week 6 rescheduled match, then 3 days laterRead More

Road to Olympics: Congo Brazzaville stage come back to set-up meeting with Zambia U23

The Zambia U23 Men’s national soccer team will play Congo Brazzaville after the Central African country booked its place in the final round of the Egypt 2019 U23 Africa Cup of Nations tournament qualifiers with a 2 – 1 victory over Burundi. The two teams drew 0 – 0 in Burundi and it was the visitors who looked like they would carry the day after they went ahead in the 21st minute through a Kenenimana Bienvenue goal. The hosts left it late to score the equalizer in the 90th minuteRead More

Zanaco name squad to face Prison Leopards

  Lusaka based Super League giants Zanaco Football Club have announced their squad ahead of tomorrow’s Week Nine encounter against Prison Leopards in Kabwe at the Godfrey Chitalu Stadium. Zanaco are top of the Super League after eight games played on 17 points, one better than Kabwe Warriors who are on sixty (16) points. Coach Numba Mumamba has included defender Patient Ikamba in the squad to face Prison for the first time this season as Maisha Chavda returns. Another returnee to the squad is goal minder, Toaster Nsabata who wasRead More

Mwepu, Kangwa optimistic of Olympic qualification

Zambia U23 national team players are optimistic of qualifying to the Olympics and possibly emulate the famous class of 1988 led by Kalusha ‘ Great Kalu’ Bwalya . Austria based midfielder Enock Mwepu who played a pivotal role in both home and away games against Malawi feels the road will be bumpy but the team has a good chance. Mwepu also expressed happiness at the fact that the team managed to beat Malawi on Sunday which he feels has put pressure on the teams next opponent after seeing what theyRead More

Division One week 13 fixtures

The FAZ division one will tomorrow enter the 13th week of action with a number of mouth  Watering games set to take centre stage around the country.   In Lusaka Young Nkwazi will host fellow capital city based side Kafue Celtic while 1964 MTN/FAZ Super league champions City of Lusaka welcome Romeki as National Assembly play host to Petauke United.   Copperbelt based lower divison money bags Gomes will welcome Zesco Solwezi while Nchanga Rangers and Indeni battle it out with Luashaya hosting the battle between Roan United and KonkolaRead More

Kamanga: FAZ to appoint new Chipolopolo coach

FAZ president Andrew Kamanga says new Chipolopolo boss shall be in place by next month. According to today’s Times of Zambia Kamanga said his executive was committed to having someone in charge as soon as possible following the non-renewal of Sven Vandenbroeck’s contract. “I can assure you that FAZ is working in the background to ensure that a coach is appointed so that the country can start preparing for future engagements,” said Kamanga on Sunday after seeing Zambia Under-23 Bola Na Lesa boys overcome Malawi 1-0 at Heroes Stadium. AndRead More

Jesse Were has failed to deliver, says Harambee Stars coach

Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne has revealed the reason he dropped Zesco United striker Jesse Jackson Were for the team’s 1-0 loss to Black Stars of Ghana in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) final group “F” game on Saturday in Accra. While Were has struggled at international level, he has been in scintillating performance at Zesco United. The Frenchman named three strikers- Allan Wanga, Masud Juma and Pistone Mutamba in his 22-man squad that left for the West African nation. The development led to a public outcry withRead More

Chambeshi happy with chances created despite low conversion rate

Zambia U23 National team coach Beston Chambeshi is happy that his team is creating chances despite them missing a number of them. The junior copper Bullets only managed to score two goals in the two games against Malawi but created a lot of chances in both their home and away games. “We have missed a lot of chances both at home and away but the good thing is that we are attacking and creating chances,” he said. The Nkana coach revealed that he would maintain the same team unless circumstancesRead More

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