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Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021


We need to get more depth in our team- Kaindu

Zambia Super League side and 13-time Champions, Kalampa, Nkana head coach Kelvin Kaindu says his side needs some more ammunition to compete favorably in the continental games. Nkana qualified to the groups stage following a 3-2 aggregate win over Moroccan side, Tihad Athlétique Sport (TAS) De Casablanca of Morocco “In terms of the depth of the team I think we are not yet there, if you saw in the second half we made some tactical changes, when we started we didn’t want to play with two central defenders but theyRead More

Indeni Roses defender elated by National Women’s League

Indeni Roses defender Zamiwe Mukokomena is elated with the upcoming 2020/21 FAZ Women’s Super League and she’s optimistic it will help her develop her football career. Speaking in an interview with the ZamFoot Crew from Ndola, Mukokomena vowed to do her level best, especially that the league will now be more competitive and it will be watched by a lot of people some of whom haven’t watched her before and that will give her the challenge to work hard. “I feel excited that the games are now starting after aRead More

Col Priscilla Katoba – A lady after Women’s football development

“Everybody can be great because everybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agrees to serve. You only need a heart full of grace, a soul generated by love.” – Martin Luther King Jr. With the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) elections coming up in just four days one, the candidates are busy selling their manifestos to the voters to gain their trust and hopefully their votes. In the Women’s category, The incumbent Brenda KundaRead More

Balanga returns to Prison as Chipepo is confirmed at Indeni


Congolese coach Ishmael Balanga has returned to Prison Leopards to take over from Mwenya Chipepo who has left the club for Ndola-based side, Indeni. Balanga was the man in charge of the Collect Boys in 2019 when they were relegated back to the National Division One. Just in Prison Leopards FC have announced Ishmael Balanga as their new head coach. The Congolese born trainer replaces Mwenya Chipepo who has since separated with the club on mutual agreement. Welcome back coach Balanga! pic.twitter.com/nM2rsLJg6z — Prison Leopards FC (@fc_leopards) February 22, 2021Read More