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Live Saturday Football: Week 10 Updates and scores


Saturday, May 23

15:00 Lusaka Dynamos vs Nkana – Sunset Stadium (Live on SuperSport)
15:00 Green Eagles vs National Assembly – Independence Stadium
15:00 Forest Rangers vs Konkola Blades – Dola Hill

Sunday, May 24

13:00 Green Buffaloes vs Mufulira Wanderers – Woodlands Stadium (Live on SuperSport)
15:00 Napsa Stars vs Nakambala Leopards – Woodlands Stadium (Live on SuperSport)

The following matches have been postponed:

Zesco United vs Nchanga Rangers
Power Dynamos vs Nkwazi
Zanaco vs Red Arrows

Week 9 Table Midweek updated

Week 9 Top Scorers Chart Midweek Updated

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  1. NATIONAL team coach Honour Janza says the Chipolopolo will protect the country’s soccer image at the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Senior Challenge Cup in South Africa.
    And under-23 national team coach Fighton Simukonda says Red Arrows’ decision to block the junior Chipolopolo from training at Nkoloma Stadium on Tuesday night is regrettable.
    Janza said in an interview at Lusaka’s Kenneth Kaunda International Airport yesterday before departure for South Africa that the reigning champions will compete favourably in Rustenburg.
    Zambia are likely to face Zimbabwe in the quarter-finals on Sunday.
    The Warriors are currently leading Group A with six points, two ahead of second-placed Namibia while Seychelles have a point with Mauritius trailing without a point.
    “We will respect COSAFA like any other big tournaments. But the most important thing is to use it to prepare for the forthcoming qualifiers, of course there is a corporate image to protect and defending the cup which is also key. We are mindful of that and we are going there to compete and compete favourably. All we need is support,” Janza said.
    South Africa-based duo of defender Davies Nkausu and midfielder Mukuka Mulenga yesterday beefed up the Chipolopolo in Johannesburg while Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene was expected in camp last evening.
    Israel-based stars Emmanuel Mbola and Evans Kangwa are expected to beef up the team today.
    And Zimbabwe-based defender Aaron Katebe pledged to prove his worth in the team.
    And Football Association of Zambia communications manager Nkweto Tembwe said the Chipolopolo will camp at Milpark Hotel in Johannesburg for three days before connecting to Rustenburg.
    And Simukonda said in an interview after the last training session at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka yesterday that the team wanted to train under flood lights because tomorrow’s CAF Under-23 Championship qualifier against Botswana will be played in the evening.
    Senior team:
    Goalkeepers: Kennedy Mweene, Daniel Munyao
    Defenders: Davies Nkausu, Emmanuel Mbola, Christopher Munthali, Joseph Zimba, Aaron Katebe, Donashamo Malama, Kondwani Mtonga
    Midfielders: Nathan Sinkala, Mukuka Mulenga, Justin Zulu, Paul Katema, Kennedy Mudenda, Allan Mukuka
    Strikers: Jimmy Ndhlovu, Jackson Mwanza, Bornwell Mwape, Patson Daka and Evans Kangwa

  2. Well to include that lad Jimmy,at times Kalu do the right thing if only he can reduce on too much the cut thing he can make a good admistrator as good as he was as a player.

  3. THIS Namibia team is very good beating Zimbabwe convincingly 4-1. Watch out defending champions Zambia. I wish We can have new winners in the region , other than Zambia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Good lucky Namibia

  4. Latest Scores:

    Green Eagles 1 – 1 National Assembly
    Forest Rangers 1 – 1 Konkola Blades
    Lusaka Dynamos 3 – 0 Nkana

  5. Nkana FC in deep waters here as they have been out played by Lusaka Dynamos!!!really Nkana will need a miracle to win today!!down 3 nil at half-time Dynamos playing too well than them!!lets wait for next 45minutes!!WISH SHARP RAZOR GOOD LUCK IN NDOLA!!GO BLADES GO!!!

  6. Latest Scores: 77′

    Green Eagles 1 – 1 National Assembly
    Forest Rangers 1 – 1 Konkola Blades
    Lusaka Dynamos 3 – 0 Nkana

    Nkana fans splash water on Nkana technical bench. Players and coaches momentarily leave the bench

  7. @Discipline, There’s little the U23 team could have done. I blame your team selectors for it.In fact it is your so-called master plan that has to be heavily blamed for that result. Yes the team was U23 but it was too weak if compared to a proper Zambia U23 side.The plan must atleast cater and readdress the approach when it comes to competitive games.

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