?> July 30, 2020 | ZamFoot

Thursday, July 30th, 2020

 

FAZ Disciplinary Committee rules in favor of Zanaco…Three points and three goals for the Bankers

Sensational Zanaco Football Club has been awarded 3 points and 3 goals from the unplayed match against Forest Forest Rangers Football Club by the FAZ Disciplinary Committee. According to a letter to Zanaco by FAZ General Secretary Adrian Kashala accessed by the ZamFoot Crew, The Disciplinary Committee who tabled the matter on Monday, 27th July, The Bankers claim of three points had merit and hence they have been awarded. The Disciplinary Committee has considered all written evidence adduced by both parties before it, was satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt thatRead More


Top spot eying Napsa Stars host Buildcon…COVID-19 positive cases not an excuse

Napsa Stars will return to action on Friday as the resumption of the MTN/ FAZ Super League reaches its full state with seven games set to take place over the weekend. The Pensioners will welcome Buildcon at Woodlands Stadium with nothing but maximum points on their mind as they aim to go top with a win and open a two-point lead. Napsa were however handed a big blow yesterday after 15 players tested positive for the Coronavirus but Head coach Mohammed Fathi says the team will not use that asRead More


Change of Venue: Lumwana move to Solwezi for the remainder of the season

North Western Province bases Super League side, Lumwana Radiants will play the remainder of its home games at Solwezi Independence stadium the ZamFoot Crew understands. According to an internal Memorandum by Zambian Premier League interim Manager Brian Mulenga accessed by the ZamFoot Crew, Lumwana will play their remaining games at Independence Stadium following feedback from other clubs and consultations with the club. “After receiving feedback from other clubs and consulting with Lumwana Radiants, they shall henceforth be based at Independence Stadium in Solwezi until the close of this season.” readRead More


FAZ postpone two week 26 Super League games

Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has postponed two MTN/FAZ Super League week 26 matches the ZamFoot Crew can exclusively reveal. FAZ confirmed the development in an internal Memorandum by Zambia Super League manager Brian Mulenga which was accessed by the ZamFoot Crew. The two games deferred to a future date are Kansanshi Dynamos clash with Green Eagles and Power Dynamos tussle with Forest Rangers. FAZ has also revealed that games will only be postponed if a team has less than 15 players and decisions will only be made on aRead More


FAZ in $1.5 million FIFA grant, Eligible for an interest-free loan …As half a million dollars is allocated to women’s football

The Football Association of Zambia is scheduled to receive a total of USD 1.5 million grant from FIFA as part of its COVID-19 relief fund. The world football governing body confirmed the development in a press statement made available to the ZamFoot Crew. “FIFA’s groundbreaking COVID-19 Relief Plan reached a major milestone as the Bureau of the FIFA Council approved the plan’s regulations. Under the terms of the COVID-19 Relief Plan, USD 1.5 billion is being made available to support all 211 FIFA member associations and the six confederations toRead More


Chris Kaunda applauds his players after win away in Choma

Sensational Zanaco boss Chris Kaunda lauded his players for their hard work, commitment, and discipline during this Coronavirus epidemic. Kaunda admitted being affected by the positive cases that the team recorded a week ago but was quick to praise the players who are available for their discipline and hard work. The former Nkwazi gaffer also revealed that games involving him and current Green Eagles boss Aggrey Chiyangi will always be tough as they know each other well having worked together at Zambia U-17 national team. “Independence stadium is not anRead More


It’s painful , We really wanted to win this game- Aggrey Chiyangi

Green Eagles Football Club Coach Aggrey Chiyangi has described this afternoon’s 1-nil home loss at the hands of Zanaco as painful. Chiyangi however was quick to say that it’s part of the game and his team will now focus on their next assignment. Speaking to the ZamFoot Crew No in a post-match interview at Independence Stadium in Choma, Chiyangi said he accepts the result though it’s a painful loss because they wanted to win the match. ‘It’s painful, we really wanted to win the game but we conceded a penalty.Read More


National Division One: Mouthwatering matches in week 26 and 27

The Eden University/ FAZ National Division One will enter week 26 over the weekend with nine mouth-watering encounters line up. Log Leaders Indeni Football club has a long trip to Southern Province to face relegation-threatened Sinazongwe United who is beaming with confidence following their 2-1 away win over Gomes last Sunday. Promotion chasing Chingalika, Kitwe United will be at home at Garden park and will play host to relegation-threatened Chindwin Sentries. Elsewhere, Kafue Celtic find themselves in a tricky encounter as they host Young Green Eagles while Prison Leopardsare awayRead More


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