Zambia coach Wedson Nyirenda is expecting South Africa to be tough when they clash against his side in the final qualifying round of the 2018 CHAN. Bafana Bafana will host Chipolopolo on 12 August in the first leg before the Lusaka return match seven days later. Zambia are in the final qualifying stage after thrashing
Nkana on Sunday edged visiting Mufulira Wanderers 2-1 at Nkana Stadium in the battle of the two Super Division legends. Nkana went up just after four minutes when winger Shadrick Musonda converted from the penalty spot. Referee Wisdom Chewe awarded Nkana a spot kick after keeper Chrispin Chisowa fouled Danny Silavwe in the box. Wanderers
Nkana will be targeting to bounce back to winning ways when they host Mighty Mufulira Wanderers in Sunday’s FAZ Super Division battle of legendary clubs at Nkana Stadium in Wusakile. Nkana face struggling Mighty with fresh memories of their 2-0 loss at Green Eagles in their last match. Kalampa had posted three straight wins before
Zambia strolled past Swaziland with a 3-0 home win on Saturday at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka to advance to the final qualifying round of the 2018 CHAN qualifiers. Justin Shonga and Brian Mwila continued their prolific form in Zambia shirts while Simon Silwimba scored his debut Zambia goal on the day that saw Chipolopolo
The FAZ disciplinary committee has summoned Nkana to appear before them next week following attacks in the media on Football House. Nkana slammed FAZ for delaying its ruling over striker Walter Bwalya’s player status following his illegal move from DR Congo club Lubumbashi Sports to Forest Rangers over three seasons ago. Nkana also alleged that
Zambia have made a flying start at the 2017 COSAFA U17 Cup in Mauritius that kicked off on Friday after a 7-1 win over Madagascar. The result sees Zambia top Group B on goal difference at the tournament Mauritius is hosting from July 21-31. Lameck Banda and Martin Njobvu scored a hat-trick each in Port
CAF has expanded the AFCON from 16 to 24 teams and switched tournament dates to mid-year. And CAF has also changed the calendar dates for its continental club competitions. The bi-annual tournament has been contested for by 16 teams since 1996. CAF made the decision during its 1st CAF African Football Symposium held from July
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