?> August 7, 2019 | ZamFoot

Wednesday, August 7th, 2019

 

GUEST STORY: FAZ PARTNERS WITH 7 UK UNIVERSITIES IN GIRLS’ PROGRAM

  The Football Association of Zambia has partnered with seven United Kingdom universities to commence community leagues for women football. The universities under the umbrella of the Wallace Group will coordinate community leagues for under-15 women football. FAZ General Secretary Adrian Kashala, his deputy Joseph Chimpampwe and Technical Director Lyson Zulu met with the Wallace Group representatives who are Tim Garfield, a former Director of Sports at Loughborough University, Peter Warburton, a former Director of Sport at Durham University. Loughborough University Vice-Chancellor Bob Allison is also part of the architectsRead More


Copper Queens boss not happy with the Botswana draw

Copper Queen’s coach Beauty Mwamba says she is not happy that her charges missed the opportunity to get a win over Botswana in their final Group B encounter played at the Wolfson Stadium on Wednesday. Mwamba said that she was disappointed that Zambia had missed the penalty stressing that it was due to casualness in the way Rachel Nachula took the penalty. “Am not happy that my player missed a penalty because our plan was to at least get an early goal. We wanted to score in the first halfRead More


Haluboono talks rough Tanzania players and tough Zambezi derby ahead

Zambia Under 20 National Women’s team on Tuesday, August 6 had their final Group B match at the ongoing 2019 Inaugural COSAFA Women’s Under 20 Championships against Tanzania which ended 2-1 in favor of the Junior Copper Queens. Both teams were going into this match with nothing to lose as they had already qualified to the Semi-Finals and it was a winner takes it all in terms of the first position. The Coach Charles Haalubono tutored side had to overcome a well-Organized Young Twiga Stars side thanks to Yasa QueensRead More


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