Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
The Zambia national soccer team has progressed to the finals of the 2019 Cosafa Cup tournament after eliminating perennial rivals Zimbabwe 4 – 2 on penalties. This was after the two teams played out to a goalless draw in regular time. The Chipolopolo will match on to the final to play Botswana after eliminating the defending champions in a pulsating match that brought out the best of the Zambian defence. Stand-in coach Aggrey Chiyangi made two changes to the team that struggled to beat Malawi in the quarter final bringingRead More
Zambia XI v Zimbabwe Sebastian Mwange, Clement Mwape, Adrian Chama, Tandi Mwape, Mwila Phiri – Benson Sakala, Jackson Chirwa – Austin Muwowo – Ernest Mbewe, Tapson Kaseba, Lazarous Kambole Substitutes Gift Zulu, Lawrence Chungu, Webster Muzaza, Chitiya Mususu, Bruce Musakanya, Clement Mulashi, Lawrence Mulenga, Emmanuel Chabula, Youremember Banda, Isaac Shamujompa Zimbabwe XI v Zambia Elvis Chipezeze, Tendayi Darikwa, Divine Lunga, Alec Mudimu , Talent Chawapihwa, Marshal Munetsi, Thabani Kamusoko, Teenage Hadebe, Knowledge Musona, Admiral Muskwe, Tafadzwa Kutinyu.
Chipolopolo stand in coach Aggrey Chiyangi has made two changes to the team beat Malawi for the semi-final clash against Southern neighbours Zimbabwe. Gift Zulu who played at right back and Webster Muzaza have given way for Clement Mwape and Jackson Chirwa. The locally assembled Chipolopolo will be up against a full strength Warriors team and they will be looking to break the streak of losing to Zimbabwe in the two previous tournaments. Zimbabwe have also made 8 changes to their squad. ZAMBIA STARTING Xl v ZIMBABWE 1 SEBASTIAN MWANGE 4Read More
The 2019 Absa Cup semi-final matches will be staged at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka on Saturday, 15th June. The top two teams from each of the premier league streams qualified to participate in the first ever ABSA Cup tournament. It is important to note that this year‘s format is an abridged version due to the transition of the league that the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) is aligning with the international calendar. In the first match Ndola based Super League sides Buildcon and Zesco United will face off in aRead More
Green Eagles are not leaving any stone unturned as they hope to land Southern Province the first league title . A land mark which will be great for people of Choma to be specific. Bwezani talked to the Club Secretary , Mr Friday Sinayngwe , to learn how the club was preparing for the forth coming games. The plan is very clear… “We are very much aware of what is ahead of of us, in the immediate future we know we have three games out of Choma, two forRead More