Fwayo Tembo on Saturday returned to say his goodbye to Power Dynamos in fashion away at Arthur Davies Stadium Kitwe when he helped denied his ex-club the 3 points in a 1-1 draw with his new side Lusaka Dynamos. Fwayo returned to face Power for the first time since his acrimonious departure on July 14
Forward Fwayo Tembo on Saturday makes a quick return to Arthur Davies Stadium when his new side Lusaka Dynamos faces Power Dynamos in a seemingly grudge encounter as the FAZ Super Division second round kicks off. Tembo is available for selection as Dynamos visits Power – a team he left acrimoniously less than two weeks
Zambia will face hosts Mauritius in the final of the 2017 COSAFA Under-17 Championships in Port Louis on Sunday. Mauritius overcame South Africa 2-0 in the second semifinal to set up a final date against Zambia. The Junior Chipolopolo had earlier on Friday booked a place in the final after thumping Malawi 2-0 in the
Zambia stormed the final of the 2017 COSAFA Under-17 Cup after thumping Malawi 2-0 in Friday’s semifinal match at Stade St Francois Xavier. Strikers Lameck Banda and Martin Njobvu scored first half goals to end Malawi’s unbeaten record at the youth championship in Madagascar. This was the first time the Young Flames were conceding goals
Zambia Under-17 coach Mumamba Numba says they are ready for Malawi in Friday’s 2017 COSAFA U17 Cup semifinal in Port Louis. Numba’s side is aiming for its debut final appearance in the COSAFA U17 Cup. Winner will face either hosts Mauritius or record two-time champions South Africa in the July 31 final. “Morale in camp
Zambia will face neighbours Malawi in the semifinals of the ongoing COSAFA Under-17 Championship in Mauritius on Friday. The Junior Chipolopolo are in the last four of the competition after finishing second in Group B with six points. Malawi beat hosts Mauritius 2-0 in their final Group A game on Wednesday to finish top and
Power Dynamos have sneaked into 2nd place on Wednesday after a 2-1 home win over Kabwe Warriors at Arthur Davies Stadium Kitwe. A fatigued Power battled from one-down after Parfait Mwizero put Warriors ahead in the 1st minute. Luka Lungu equalised in the 23rd minute before Billy Mutale snatched the victory the 83rd minute. The
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