Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Chipolopolo leave for CHAN

The Zambia national team this morning left for South Africa for a five day training camp that will see the team play two friendly matches ahead of the CHAN tournament.

The George Lwandamina coached side will play Angola on Sunday in Johannesburg and will have another game on Tuesday with a side yet to be named.

Zambia kickoff the CHAN campaign against Southern neighbors Zimbabwe on the 19th of January before engaging Uganda on the 23rd  of January. Zambia conclude the group stage fixtures with a game against Mali on 27th January when they shift camp from Rubavu to the capital Kigali.


Zambia is expected to arrive in Rwanda on Wednesday, January 13 ahead of the tournament which kicks off in Kigali on January 16.

CHAN Draws

Lwandamina has carried 23 players led by 2012 Africa Cup of Nations winning skipper Christopher Katongo.

Full Squad:

Goalkeepers: Jacob Banda (Zesco United), Racha Kola, (Zanaco), Lawrence Mulenga (Kabwe Warriors)

Defenders: Christopher Munthali (Power Dynamos), Solomon Sakala (Kabwe Warriors), Donashano Malama (Nkana), George Chilufya (Zanaco), Buchizya Mfune, Adrian Chama, Stephen Kabamba (all Green Buffaloes), Dauti Musekwa (Zesco)

Midfielders: Benson Sakala (Power Dynamos), Mwape Mwelwa, Cletus Chama (both Zesco), Spencer Sautu, Mwila Phiri (both Green Eagles), Jackson Chirwa (Green Buffaloes) Isaac Chansa, Salulani Phiri (both Zanaco).

Strikers: Conlyde Luchanga, Patson Daka (both Power Dynamos), Adamson Mulao (Green Eagles) and Christopher Katongo (Green Buffaloes).

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  1. Thank you Zambia for voting Andre Ayew
    We”ll reciprocate when a Zambian gets nominated
    Though it looks like the award is meant for only francophone Africa
    Kudos kaundaland!

  2. There Is Too Much Corruption With African Football,the Hosting Of Tournament And Chosing The Player Of The Year,i Thk Fbi Should Investgate The President For Caf

  3. Those two small boys in defence were worrying me as good that they were dropped. We don’t need them even during the afcon and world cup qualifications.

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