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Wednesday, October 9th, 2019


Niger boss full of respect for Copper Bullets

Niger national team will tomorrow Thursday host Zambia in an international friendly match at the Stade general Seyin Kaunlche in Niamey. Niger head coach Cheik Omase Diabate is anticipating a tough match when the two teams meet. “We anticipate a tough game against Zambia knowing very well that its a powerhouse of football,” he said. Both Zambia and Niger are using this friendly to prepare for the 2021 Africa Cup qualifiers starting November this year. “The team is ready for the game though the result of the game will notRead More

Zambia U-17 captain upbeat ahead COSAFA U-17 Championship kick off

The Zambia U-17 national team Captain Miguel Chaiwa has expressed Confidence ahead of the COSAFA U-17 Championships which kick off on Friday, The 11th of October, 2019. Chaiwa told the ZamFoot Crew in an interview that the team was ready for the tournament as they have been training hard for the tournament. “We are ready for the tournament as usual because we have been working hard, thanks for the directors who have given us the word of encouragement, we are not going there to participate but to compete,” he said.Read More

Women’s football is flourishing but misogyny is still not beaten

Not all that long ago, female football players struggled to find a pitch they could play on, let alone someone willing to pay them. In 1985 when almost no country had a women’s national team, women’s football was formally organized by the football association of Zambia in 1983. Women’s football in Africa faces lots of problems that include limited access to education and fundamental inequality present in the society that occasionally allows for female-specific human rights abuses. Funding also is a problem for the women’s game in Africa, with mostRead More

Chiyangi talks preparing the team, players proving themselves and an open-door policy

Zambia National Team stand-in coach Aggrey Chiyangi says his focus in the upcoming International Friendly matches is to prepare the team and see the best players for the important fixtures ahead. Speaking in an interview from Niamey, Niger, Chiyangi said that he doesn’t compare and gauge the team based on results instead knowing what you want to get out of preparations is what he wants. “For me, preparation is not like comparing the games other teams have played. Preparation is what you want to get out of a game. ForRead More

Our primary target is to win both matches- Clatous Chama

Zambia national team midfielder Clatous Chota Chama says the Copper Bullets are targeting winning the two friendly matches that the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has organized against Niger and Benin. The Tanzania based Midfielder said the team is competitive hence will not take the matches as friendlies. “We have Africa Cup qualifiers coming up next month, these friendlies will up us gel together as a team,” he said “Our primary target is to win both matches, we are competitors and we will take these games seriously despite being friendlies.”Read More


Buildcon now sits in sixth place in the Super League after their 0-0 stalemate with ZANACO last weekend. Now they can claim to have a chance of achieving something special by finishing in the top four and earning CAF Inter-Club qualification again doe the second time in their history. Team Kopala will face no bigger test of their top-four credentials away to Nakambala next, who have entangled themselves in traps this season with only one win away, one draw at home and three losses already in their opening five games.Read More

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