?> June 27, 2020 | ZamFoot

Saturday, June 27th, 2020


News of Superleague return elates Fathi as he reiterates Napsa Stars continental ambitions

The news that the Zambia Super League will return next month has elated Napsa Stars gaffer Muhammad Fathi. The Pensioners’ boss is happy that teams will finish the season on the pitch. Fathi feels his players will need about three weeks to regain full fitness after being out of action for over three months due to the Coronavirus epidemic. “It’s a very good move from the President to motivate us to do our job and we thank him. We also appreciate FAZ for their effort in making sure we finishRead More

Edward Chilufya makes Djurgadens matchday squad for Kalmar clash

The Zambian winger is among the nineteen players that coach Kim Bergstrand has named for tomorrow’s clash against second-placed Kalmar. The nineteen member matchday squad will be trimmed to 18 an hour before Kick-off. Chilufya will be hoping to make his third league appearance. Här är truppen som är uttagen till söndagens match mot Kalmar. Observera att det är 19 spelare i truppen och att en kommer att lämnas utanför matchtruppen. Vem det blir meddelas när startelvan släpps, en timme innan avsparken som är 14:30. pic.twitter.com/pb7ZoBmLRO — Djurgården Fotboll (@DIF_Fotboll)Read More

Action for Evans, Klings and Lameck Banda in Arsenal loss

Russian based trio of striker Evans Kangwa, winger Lameck Banda and midfielder Klings Kangwa all played a part but could not help Arsenal Tula as they went down 2-1 away at Rostov. Evans Kangwa walked straight into the starting line up having missed the 3-2 loss to Spartak Moscow due to injury. Lameck and Klings again starred on the bench. 💥👍🏻Лодыгин впервые будет защищать наши ворота в РПЛ, а Хагуш проведет свой 99 матч в футболке "Арсенала"! Парни, удачи! Стартовый состав оружейников: pic.twitter.com/U1dqAQrBf1 — ПФК Арсенал (@pfc_arsenal) June 27, 2020Read More

FAZ gives clubs green light to start training on 1st July

The teams from the top two leagues in the country have been given a go-ahead to start training as of July 1 according to a statement by FAZ Communications manager Sydney Mungala availed to the ZamFoot Crew. This follows the announcement by His Excellency, President Edgar Lungu that football can resume in July subject to adherence to the Ministry of Health Guidelines. FAZ is expected to meet clubs in Lusaka on Tuesday while on the Copperbelt onWednesday to concretize the measures that the clubs are expected to undertake in theRead More

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