Coming out of the dressing room, Scott Aime Ngokene was an eye-catcher, clean neat covered in all-white. For a moment i thought I would struggle distinguishing team colours with Nkana clad in red and Eagles in orange... but no, it was easy to set them apart after all:- Nkana football club "Kalampa" didn't wait as long as the second minute to take the game to Green Eagles. However, Green Eagles were handed a 5th-minute gift with a goal when the ball spilt through Scott's gloves. He seemed overstrung and immediately called for a change of gloves. It was amusing how the team seemed unperturbed by an early setback. They didn't panic. Looking at McDuff Chungu, on right back, showed composure in his Chilata debut.
We have to start asking questions now, especially that Zambia national team is tethering on the edge of the AFCON qualifier 2017. Who really is Andrew Kamanga? How is he to turn the football tables for the fan and football lover hungry for fun, tired of the mediocre national team performances? Isn't he a businessman who might as well pick on the Football Association and take it on a business ride? Andrew Kamanga with no doubt is a man who has successfully produced ideals into the business venture among other categories of holding higher offices in several organisation that now includes the Football Association of Zambia. Now that Kamanga has gotten what he faithfully fought for, like any other, the Zambian football
Congo Brazzaville the "Red Devils" held Zambia to a 1:1 draw at Levy Mwanawasa stadium in the group stage AFCON Qualifier 2017. On a 18:00 PM kick off the fully packed stadium saw Lwandamina's first most ever and agreeable Zambia starting lineup that included Katongo, Mbesuma, Sunzu, Lubambo, Kalengo and the Captain Rainford Kalaba. On the wheel Chipolopolo team pushed from the wings causing a sensational play. Rainford Kalaba in the first half had moves toward the opponent area just as on the other side Lubambo Musonda was exceptional pushing in forward with creative-havoc in the statements that should have allowed a 1 goal plus in the first half for the Zambian side. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="38" gal_title="Zambia vs Congo"] Few minutes into the second
A lot of Zambian people have been left surprised on how their much loved soccer icon and administrator, "Kalu" Kalusha Bwalya failed to win for the third time as Football Association of Zambia president. In football their is a saying alluding to sceneries where anything and everything is possible. It doesn't matter how good and strong your team may be, pride can always cost you a match day. Indomitable Kalu In Kalu`s mind (an accolade of football trophies), he thought his rival and challenger, Andrew Kamanga (the excelling business man with little whereabouts of his football history) was still sleeping and incapable of replacing him as FAZ President. Similarly a lot of Kalu lovers thought the same as well as most Zambians as
Zanaco football club hail more injury by thrashing Harare City 3 : 1 in the second leg match Of the CAF Confederation Cup played in Lusaka at Nkoloma stadium today ensuring a Zanaco progression to the second round of the Orange CAF Confederation Cup on a 5 : 2 goal aggregate. Notable was Honey Chimutimunzeve of Harare City putting the visitors into the lead when he opened up in the 10th minute with an early goal. Ziyo Tembo countered the effort 5 minutes before the 45' mark from a corner set piece. In the renewed encounter of the second half a chance came through in the 78th minute when another set piece, a corner again, prospected Ziyo Tembo to a brace
Andrew Kamanga popularly known as "AK 47" has been elected as president of the Football Association of Zambia - FAZ replacing Kalusha Bwalya after polling 163 out of 324 votes cast. Kalusha Bwalya maintained a second position with 7 votes behind. Kalusha Bwalya who has been in the FAZ presidency seat for two terms was seen as the frontrunner, but Andrew Kamanga had an impressive momentum in the lead up to the election. The result shocked many as shown by Twitter and Facebook posts. However many wished Kalu well for other endeavours and are eyeing to see the new man to shape. Kamanga advances to the Association president position with a successful business record and further academic qualifications that are hoped to