Janza drops Chamanga, Chama, Nsabata and Katebe
Honour Janza has dropped James Chamanga, Bronson Chama, Toaster Nsabata and Aaron Katebe (instead of Patrick Ngoma) in his final squad for the Equatorial Guinea 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.
With FAZ not giving a media briefing on the final team that will do battle for Zambia, FAZ media officer Nkweto Tembwe told Zambianfootball.co.zm that unlike earlier speculated by several media houses, Janza had dropped defender Katebe and maintained U20 striker Ngoma.
Janza’s media briefing which was scheduled for Golden Court Milpark at 09:00hrs did not take off as announced.
Goal Keepers: Kennedy Mweene (Mamelodi Sundowns), Joshua Titima (Power Dynamos), Danny Munyao (Red Arrows)
Defenders: Stoppila Sunzu (Shanghai Greenland Shenhua), Christopher Munthali (Power Dynamos), Donashano Malama (Nkana), Davies Nkausu (Bloemfontein Celtic), Rodrick ‘Rodriguez’ Kabwe (Zanaco), Emmanuel Mbola (Hapoel Ra’anana, Israel)
Midfielders: Nathan Sinkala (Grasshopper CZ, Switzerland), Chisamba Lungu (FC Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia), Kondwani Mtonga (Zesco Utd), Spencer Sautu (Choma Green Eagles), Rainford Kalaba (TP Mazembe), Lubambo musonda (Ulisses Yerevan F.C, Armenia), Mukuka Mulenga (Bloemfontein Celtic ), Bruce Musakanya (Red Arrows)
Strikers: Ronald ‘Sate Sate’ Kampamba (Nkana), Given Singuluma (TP Mazembe), Jackson Mwanza (Zesco Utd), Emmanuel Mayuka (Southampton), and Evans Kangwa (Hapoel Ra’anana), Patrick Ngoma (Red Arrows)
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