?> September 25, 2019 | ZamFoot

Wednesday, September 25th, 2019

 

Copper Queens shaping up well says Mwamba

Zambia National Women’s Soccer Team Assistant Coach Beauty Mwamba says the team is shaping up well ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Qualifier third round first leg against Botswana slated for Next week at Lusaka’s Nkoloma Stadium. Speaking in an interview with the ZamFoot Crew, Mwamba said despite missing the services of the central defensive pairing of Anita Mulenga and Agnes Musesa she’s hoping the new players called to camp will catch up with fitness before game day. “The team is shaping up well though we have some concerns withRead More


Napsa Stars boosted by Mavugo’s return

Napsa Stars Burundian striker Laudit Mavugo on Tuesday returned to full team training. Mavugo has been unwell and has missed the opening three games of the 2019/2020 Super League season. The Club confirmed the return of the 2019 transitional Super League joint top goalscorer. “The club is also excited to announce the return of Burundian Striker Laudit Mavugo who has been unwell since he got back from national duty. Mavugo commenced training today (Tuesday) together with his teammates.” NAPSA COMMENCES PREPS FOR ARROWS GAME,… AS striker Laudit Mavugo also getsRead More


ANOTHER RECORD ON THE CARDS FOR COACH CHIYANGI…remain unbeaten in 8-games as Chipolopolo Coach

08 Games 06 Wins 02 Draws After guiding Chipolopolo to a 5th title of the 2019COSAFA(Council of Southern Africa Football Associations),Aggrey Chiyangi is a game(against eSwatini) away from breaking another milestone achievement of qualifying Zambia to the 2020CHAN(African Nations Championship) tournament,in his capacity as Interim coach,while remaining unbeaten in 8-assignments after taking over from Belgian,Sven Vandebrock in March 2019. Coach Aggrey Chiyangi has won six(6) and drawn two(2) in 8 games beating all Southern African teams paired against including the process, including 2019AFCON(Africa Cup of Nations) finalists Zimbabwe and Namibia.Read More


Zambia U17 Women’s National team coach applauds improvement in midfield

The Zambia Women’s Under 17 coach Kaluba Kangwa says his team has made significant improvement during the course of the tournament. Kaluba said he has observed improvement in the midfield and said his team was playing according to instructions from the technical bench. Kangwa was speaking after watching his team humiliate the hosts Mauritius 8-0 in the final group A encounter to book a semifinal slot. Florence Kasonde bagged a hat-trick, Comfort Selemani netted a brace while Tisilile Lungu, Maweta Chilenga, and Cindy Banda chipped in with a goal each.Read More


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