Whats Next For Guinea-Bissau Game

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The national team popularly known as Chipolopolo left for Togo on Tuesday enroute to Guinea-Bissau for the AFCON Qualifiers2017. The team is expected to play two warn up games against Togo and Gambia before the ``big match`` which will certainly assure the winners qualification chances. Whats Next for Guinea-Bissau Game Zambia must win the Guinea game at all cost to see them forward to the AFCOn 2017. Heightened speculations have moved around on socialites stage in the zambian football. But the question remains to be answered only on the pitch. We take a look at the squad that Head Coach George Lwandamina has picked for the game. The squad consists of 11 local players and 12 professionals, among which two are top scorers in their

Nkana Remembers Coach Masautso Mwale

Masautso Mwale with Sydney Kalume

Nkana football club remembers the memory of Coach Masautso Mwale whose passing away mark two years today. Masautso Mwale died in a car accident along the Ndola Kitwe dual carriage way on the night of 23rd May 2014. Nkana was in camp to play in the CAF Champions League against Sewe Sport of Cote d'Voire  that ended in a 1:1 draw. Few days earlier the team had travelled  back from Egypt where they lost 2:0 to Al Ahly. Masautso is remembered for his God fearing attitude and nurturing of Nkana football club players. He is considered as one of the best coaches for the club. "Family lets remember this gallant man in everything that we do" a fan wrote on the Nkana

THE KOPALA DERBY-What it holds for The fans

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The 2016 Kopala Derby and what it holds for the Kitwe fans, has come at no time sooner than expected. This Saturday the two Super league and Kitwe giants meet at Scrivener (Nkana) stadium in a bid to sustain their league hopes and maintain the supremacy over the other in an event now increasingly called the Kopala Derby. Apparently also the most interesting derby in the super league Nkana  vs Power Dynamos. Expectations But what do the soccer fans expect from the derby Match Day 10 of the 2016 season? Beginning with the visitors, Power Dynamos recently sacked their Head coach Tenant Chilumba for inconsistency and have so far shown progression collecting four points and are now tagged with hopes to maintain and collect maximum points to keep themselves

FAZ MTN Mid-Week Results

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The FAZ MTN mid-week results went on quietly with fewer goals as the resounding Forest Rangers ensured an end to Zesco United goal scoring and win domination since the season start. Green Buffaloes Rescheduled week 2 between Green Buffaloes and Mufulira Blackpool saw no goal from either. Green Buffaloes had an upper hand coming from a heightened event that saw a 3 to 1 win against Nkana at Independence stadium. On the review remarking was Munthali's own goal, Katongo's spectacular positioning for the rebound and Chikwekwe's third finish. And two weeks earlier Green Buffaloes hammered both Dynamos by a 2 - 1.   11-May-16 Green Buffaloes 0 v 0 Mufulira Blackpool Forest Rangers Levy Mwanawasa was no goal scoring hive as Forest Rangers' Felix Nyaende lone goal unraveled to a stop the Zesco

Despatches – Paul Chellah Has Died

Donashano Malama, Munthali and Tshimenga

  Paul Chellah was a Zambian forward footballer born on October 10th 1966 until his death on May 9th 2016. He retired from football in January 1998. Notable on his sports calendar was his wealthy time when he played at Mufulira Wanderers football club and with the Zambia National soccer team under late coach Zoom Ndhlovu. He featured in the FIFA World Cup qualifying when Zambia  under Team Manager George Mungwa encountered South Africa on 08 Jun 1997. Zambia lost 3 : 0 in full view of 70,000 fans at Soccer City in Johannesburg South Africa. Notable on that lineup was Kalusha Bwalya, (Denis Lota, Mordon Malitoli both received a yellow), Johnson Bwalya and Elijah Litana. Later in the second half Edward Kangwa  came in for Paul Chellah.  Paul Chellah from Mufulira Wanderers he moved on

Week 8 Post Review With Goals Recorded

Donashano Malama, Munthali and Tshimenga

 Away Performance The super league week 8 saw poor goal records on the away side recording only 4 and two of those are on the Zanaco side. One of the league's big guns Power Dynamos failed to make a breakthrough at Independence Stadium with Green Buffaloes falling behind with a goal difference.   Ziyo Tembo and and Rodrick Kabwe counted on the two goals Zanaco recorded at Shinde stadium. Nkwazi’s only goal at Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola saw Forest Rangers unhappy   Lusaka Dynamos, Lusaka Tigers, Mufulira Blackpool, Kabwe Warriors, Green Eagles and Nchanga Rangers embarrassed the week for the Away teams with no goal recorded. Nchanga Rangers failed to record as their match fixture was postponed Home Performance On the home teams a total of