?> October 20, 2019 | ZamFoot

Sunday, October 20th, 2019

 

Chiyangi admits Kaseba is a poor finisher but defends his selection

Zambia national team interim coach Aggrey Chiyangi admitted that striker Tapson Kaseba is very poor in terms of finishing off chances. Chiyangi, however, defended his selection in the starting line up that drew 2-2 with Eswatini saying he is a hard worker who runs tirelessly. Kaseba started in attack for the Copper Bullets on Saturday against Eswatini but missed a number of changes including a one that he was left with only the goal to beat but somehow fluffed his line. “I wish one day you become a coach soRead More


Guest story :Zambia crowned 2019 COSAFA Under-17 champions!

Zambia have been crowned champions of the 2019 COSAFA Men’s Under-17 Championship after a 2-0 victory over Mozambique in Sunday’s final at the Mira Stadium in Blantyre. Ten-man Zambia become just the second country, after South Africa, to lift the trophy on two occasions after they also won the gold medal in 2017. It was a deserved victory for a side who scored 20 goals in their five games, an average of four per match, as they proved the most complete on the squads on display. After a goalless firstRead More


Chiyangi explains Chabula substitution

Zambia national team interim coach Aggrey Chiyangi has explained the reasoning behind his unpopular substitution of two-goal hero Emmanuel Chabula during Saturday’s draw with Eswatini. Chiyangi withdrew the Nkwazi forward a minute after he had scored his second goal of the game to put Zambia 2-0 up. Chiyangi told the ZamFoot Crew that Chabula did not perform according to expectations despite scoring. ” If you asses him on the performance he did not do a lot of things we had asked him to do. He scored the two goals, yesRead More


Eswatini coach happy with CHAN campaign

Eswatini Head Coach Kosta Papic Congratulated the Zambia National Soccer Team for qualifying to the CHAN 2020 Tournament and despite his team losing he was happy with there performance. Papic was impressed with the resilience of his side coming from two goals down to draw 2-2. “The second goal killed us obviously we tried our best to have a chance in the last minute of the match but we hit the Bar, unfortunately, we did not qualify for CHAN, I wish Zambia all the best in CHAN they have aRead More


It was a good game – Kaunda

  High flying Nkwazi football club played out to a goalless draw against Power Dynamos at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe on Saturday. Nkwazi head coach Chris Kaunda is confident his side will come out strong with time. “Power Dynamos is trying to come out from where they are right now and you would expect them to fight since they were at home today,” he told the ZamFoot Crew. “Those who were close to the Airtel raising stars can testify how good Charles muntanga is, he is not a smallRead More


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