The COVID-19 Epidemic: A real disaster for Women’s football in Zambia
And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about, Japanese writer Haruki Murakami once said in one of his famous quotes. 2020 is a year that has seen so many bad things happening at once, The Coronavirus epidemic has been the highlight of the year. For the lovers of sport especially NBA fanaticsRead More
Up close with Signs Chibambo: A Nakambala cult hero who mesmerized Nigerian League fans
Former Zambia U-23 national team striker Signs ‘Wonder’ Chibambo is one of the few Zambian football players who made an impact in West-Africa. Chibambo was part of the Heartland FC’s 2009 impressive squad that reached the final of the CAF Champions League, runners, up in the NPFL and won the Nigeria FA Cup. The ZamFoot Crew caught up with Chibambo who says the Nigerian side is his favorite of the clubs he has played for in his career. Chibambo played for the Spartans between 2008 and 2010 before moving to the Egyptian side, Al Masry. Chibambo says he picked theRead More
Zambia U-20 Class of 2017: Where are they and what are they up to?
Zambia won it’s first-ever U-20 AFCON title in 2017 when they hosted the tournament at the National Heroes Stadium beating Senegal 2-0 in the final with goals from Patson Daka and Edward Chilufya. The team also went on to reach the quarter-finals at the U-20 World Cup another first for a Zambian side. The Beston Chambeshi tutored side was full of talent with the likes of Fashion Sakala, Edward Chilufya, Patson Daka, and Enock Mwepu but where are they now and what are they up to? ZamFoot Crew now looks at the U-20 class of 2017 and what they haveRead More
Blog: The Gabon Disaster, my experience – Magande
At the time of the Gabon disaster, Magande was the managing director of Zanaco – Excerpt from Magande’s book “The Depth of My Footprints” The Gabon Disaster, my experience “To my knowledge, the wreck was never salvaged, it still lies on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean” “In April 1993, the ZANACO gave an advance to the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) for the national team’s trip to Mozambique. While the team was away, FAZ Chairman Michael Mwape came to see me and asked for some further financial assistance for the team’s trip to Senegal in West Africa. I demandedRead More