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Sabobo nets screamer as the race for Eden University ND1 promotion heats up

The chase for National League playoffs continues with Young Green Buffaloes’ 2-1 away win and a bottle of mojo drink derailing Misisi in an abandoned match at Katwishi ground taking the limelight when week 27 FAZ Division 1 Lusaka came live over the weekend. Drama characterized scenes at the most talked-about Katwishi Ground in the Lusaka Province Division 1 as it had to take a bottle of mojo drink to force the match officials to abandon the match. Chongwe United took the lead in the first half through Samuel BandaRead More


Dorothy Mukatasha wins league title in Tanzania

Zambia’s female export to Tanzania Dorothy Mukatasha became the first Zambian woman Footballer to win a league championship in Africa (outside Zambia) after her team Simba Queens was crowned 2020/21 Serengeti Lite Women’s Premier League Champions in Tanzania. Simba Queens trail brazed to the Tanzanian top-tier women’s league title with a historical 20-game unbeaten run. Mukatasha who is nicknamed ‘Nature’ joined Simba Queens earlier this year in January after making a switch from ZESCO Ndola Girls on a 2-year deal and she made her League debut for Simba on JanuaryRead More


One week packed with ZSL action starts this Wednesday

The MTN/FAZ Super League is nearing the business end with only a few games to hence the intriguing action witnessed so far this season keeps getting better and better. Rescheduled games from week 17, 24, and 25, and some week 32 games will take place from Wednesday 19th May through to next week Wednesday 26th. relegation-threatened NAPSA Stars and Nkana will play three games in this space as they look to catch up with the other teams. Log leaders ZESCO United second-placed ZESCO United will both play two games withRead More


Mwepu and Daka on target in Salzburg win over LASK

Chipolopolo Boys duo of striker Patson Daka and midfielder Enock Mwepu scored a goal each on Sunday as Redbull Salzburg thrashed LASK Linz 5-2 in an Austrian Bundesliga encounter played at the Raiffeisen Arena in Pasching. Salzburg wrapped up their title defense in midweek hence coach Jesse Marsch decided to make changes to his starting line up naming his youngest starting XI of the season with an average age of 22 years and 263 days. 21-year-old shot-stopper Nico Mantl made his debut for the Austrian Champions, Oumar Mickael Solet BomawokoRead More


Poland: Lubambo Musonda’s Śląsk Wroław qualify to UEFA Europa Conference League

Śląsk were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Stal Mielec on the final day of the league season. Lubambo Musonda did not make match-day squad. With other results going their way, Śląsk qualified to the UEFA Europa Conference League first qualifying round after finishing 4th with 43 points from 30 matches played. They will be making a return to European continental competitions for the first time in 6 years. Until recently, Musonda has been a constant feature on Śląsk’s right flank. The former Power Dynamos man has managedRead More


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