Friday, April 12, 2024

Mwape, Mbesuma & Mweene see action

Zambia international striker Mwape Musonda yesterday made his debut for PSL side Golden Arrows completing the entire match as his team cruised to a 1 – 0 win over University of Pretoria.

The 24 year old striker was signed by Orlando Pirates in February on a reported three-and-a-half-year contract after impressing during trials, but he only managed two substitute appearances clocking a total of 27 minutes and we be happy to have beaten that time in one outing.

Veteran striker Collins Mbesuma with his Mpumalanga Black Aces team mates also started on a high with a 1 – 0 away win over 10 man Free State Stars.

A 22nd minute goal by B Jayiya was what sealed the game with the Zambian forward completing 90 minutes in the game.

The 31 year old striker made 29 league appearances in the 2014/2015 season with a return of 6 goals.

Kennedy Mweene may just have regained his number one spot at Mamelodi Sundowns after he was named ahead of Ugandan international Dennis Onyango in their 0 – 0 draw against Platinum Stars.

In probably his worst years in terms of league caps, the 30 year old shot stopper only made 17 appearances for the ‘Brazilians’ in the 2014/2015 season.

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17 Comments

  1. This is nice for our boys to have game time. More especially going into Afcon qualifier we need more experienced players to be called this time around. Also good news from TP Mazembe most of our players got game time.

  2. Is Mwape Musonda a Zambia international striker? If so how many caps has he been awarded. I am just curious and would like to know more about the dude, who knows maybe we got a solution to our striking problems. Anyone with data please help

    Thanks

  3. @justice lukanga kafusha. mwape musonda is a zambian international. he has one cap.he played aganist ruwanda.i am sure he was dropped due to lack of game time at orando pirates. he deserve another chance. the boy is good.

  4. musonda is good in all frant position,but guys let’s reminds each other about talented young players,were is crevias stace???

  5. zamfoot we a report about cyril chibwe who plays for platinum stars in south africa.we want to know about his official age and performance like what you do to other players.purpose of this blog is to develop zambian football. i wonder why most of the time you talk about the players who are in archives.

  6. No movement for benchwarmer Mayuka. What is going with this fat boy’s agent Kanshi? Take this fat boy to league 1 if you won’t take him to Russia. Mxxxxxxxxxxxxxxm

    • Let him be loaned out or sold to some club in either Sweden, Denmark,Switzerland or Greece, otherwise he will be finished

      • Mayuka is dull as John says and I see that too. He is content to being on the bench, now even the coach has removed him from the squard and gave his number to another player, but the fool’s agent is doing little to nothing to get him moved somewhere. Useless.

  7. we have many strikers in Zambia, infact good ones but the problem is that they lack creativity and determination……….is their a school were we can take them for improvement upon identifying some?

    • A school? Their school is their club, if they can’t score at their respective clubs, we should not expect these to do it at National level. This is how it was in the past. Strikers that were picked for National duty were those that could score at their clubs. Records are there. At the moment Zambia does not have a recognized and reliable hitman and this is the truth

      My hope is that someone pops up from some club, but it is difficult as the situation is. In the past we had 3 cup competitions where even teams from the lower ranks had a chance to rub shoulders from with teams from the Super division, that way the super division teams could recruit those that were good. (one example is Stone Nyirenda from Ndola to Brave Rangers, was leading top score with 25 goals in almost half a season before he left for Belgium around August that same season, no surpassed his record for the remaining season)

      It is no longer the same, We are in trouble gents as long as issues remain in the same position as now. We will post on this blog until our keyboard tell us it is tired, nothing will change.

      We need serious people to run football in Zambia. How can FAZ allow anyone to be a coach at club level. UEFA fimofimo awe mwandini

      I rest my case

  8. Martin Phiri from Power Dynamos and Walter Bwalya from Nkana are a very potent and exciting talent that needs to be natured. Watch out for these boys. These 2 supported by hard working Jimmy Ndlovu can tear apart any defence with ease.

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