Peeping into 2016 FAZ Season: Geokas Curve Football Club Resumes Training . Geokas Curve F.C have set January 4th 2016 a day to start their 2016 preseason training. Club Secretary Mr Innocent Chikuko has confirmed and made a request to the players to report on this day. The club finished third in the FAZ Division Two Copperbelt on a season that begun with high hopes into Division One. Key points of the season includes where; 1; Acquiring the new coach Webby Kabinda from Miseshi Blues and almost a whole changed squad that saw about 15 new players signing for the club, 2; Sweet victory over Ndola Police, Nkwiza and Ingwe with a 3:0, 3:1 and 3:2 respectively and a finish with 53 points though the
Third Round - Saturday 01 August 2015 Zambia Vs Cote d'Voire Uganda Vs Egypt Tunisia Vs Morocco South Africa vs Zimbabwe Third Round - Sunday 02 August 2015 Congo vs Nigeria Mali vs Gabon Starting Line up for Zambia: 16.Toaster Nsabata (C). 2. Mumbi Mweena. 3. Benedict Chepeshi. 13. Kapota Kayawe. 12. Benson Sakala. 15. Shadreck Malambo. 10. Mukuka Mulenga. 14. Jackson Chirwa. 9. Ronald Kampamba (Sate' Sate') 6. Friday Samu. 17. Kelvin Mubanga. SUBSTITUTION: 1. Kenny Mumba. 7. Salulani Phiri. 18. Patson Daka. 8. Bruce Musakanya. 2. Jacob Ngulube. 11. Charles Zulu. 5. Solomon Sakala.
Power Dynamos thrashed Red Arrows through Luka's (13') early breaking into the net in the filled up Arthur Davies Stadium played under floodlights.The rescheduled MTN FAZ week 14 was the most entertaining as the teams where end to end. Notable was the Dynamos' counter attack with Mubanga's urge and Mudenda recollection. Luka having moraled with the striker's goal was spetacular. Bronson Chama handles to offset the Kennedy Mudenda efforts Red Arrows midfield showed resilience starting with Kenny Mumba goal keeping and Joseph Zimba untiring defensive show coupled with Benedict Chipeshi flow and sprints.However the spotlights need to be improved a nit more to give illumination. It was clear that the lights where low as players fumbled and near missed on the ball
The weekend has moved into interesting insight with two games postponed among a series that has sided FA responsibility digested more to International Match days than the local league. The Saturday interval saw woes for Nkana, a progression for Lusaka Dynamos, Forest Rangers with a stand still of Power Dynamos and a feared-heading down Nchanga Rangers. Forest Rangers moved into second position on the MTN FAZ Super League standings following a 2 - 1 victory over Green Eagles on Saturday thanks to goals by Laurent Muma and Fred Tshimenga. Kabamba Chilibwe scored the consolation goal for the visitors. Since losing 3 - 1 to Red Arrows on May 16 the Ndola - based outfit has registered five successive wins from matches against Konkola
Against Guinea Bissau in the first round of the AFCON 2017 Qualifiers. Zambia was held to a 0:0 standoff, an event description that entitled many funs to disappointment looking at the big teams as Ghana, Nigeria, Tunisia Cape Verde, how they walloped their affairs. The COSAFA teams including its Champions Namibia were a story of disappointment in the first round qualifier. Zambia and South Africa were held to a goalless by Guinea Bissau and Gambia respectively. Mozambique suffered at the hands of Rwanda. The only consolation was from Angola with a 4:0 show otherwise Botswana was as terrible. Cape Verde, Tunisia, and Ghana showed their muscle by flawless goals totaling 22 shared among the three. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="23" gal_title="Chrisj Munthali"] Full Time Results AFCON
Sepp Blatter has resigned as president of football's governing body FIFA. The 40-year old FIFA president reign has come to an end amid a corruption scandal. The 79-year-old Swiss was re-elected last week, despite seven top FIFA officials being arrested two days before the vote as part of a US prosecution. Fifa was rocked last week by the arrests on charges of racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering as part of a US prosecution that also indicted 14 people. A separate criminal investigation by Swiss authorities into how the 2018 and 2022 World Cups were allocated is also under way. BBC Sport's Natalie Pirks looks back at the controversial career of football's 'Teflon man'. However African football legends such as Kalusha Bwalya popularly known