By Walliey Christiano Mukena. The highly anticipated showdown in kitwe has come and gone and it certainly lived up to expectation. Nkana carried the day with a slender 2-1 victory but its not over. Here are the top three talking points from the match. HARRISON CHISALA: FOR HOW LONG SHALL PRETEND WE AREN'T NOTICING? The little wing wizard had every one on the edge of their seats each time he was on the ball and its not the first time Harrison is putting up such a stella display. He frustrated Cletus Chama out of the match by his perpetual teasing and killer moves. Chisala kept inviting Cletus to have a bite of the cherry and each time Chama was near him,

OPINION: Sven clutching to a straw to avoid drowning

Sven clutching to a straw to avoid drowning

The best way is for Sven to offer to train local coaches and identify those with a quicker uptake. All this is done administratively and not become a newsworthy item where Sven makes it a scapegoat for not qualifying the team to afcon. The man is clutching to a straw to avoid drowning. We had coach Hachim Jadrane or whatever his name is at Buildcon who introduced GPS and all other bells and whistles where did it take him. A coach's job is 99% practical, analytics are just a decision support tool that takes up just over a percent of his job. It's not a train smash, what FAZ need to do is address the elephant in the room and that is

CAF Champions League – Confederations Cup 1/16th – FIXTURES

The dates are set for the first leg of CAF Champions League 1/16th stage to 14th and 16th December 2018. Nkana will host Simba SC of Tanzania while the league champions will travel to Lubumbashi to be hosted by Moise Katumbi sponsored TP Mazembe. CAF Confederations Cup First leg has also the same dates for the Zambian envoys. Green Eagles will play Hussein Dey from Algeria while  CS Sfaxien in Tunisia will host Green Buffaloes. From the first leg of preliminary Simba SC Swallowed Mbabane Swallows with a staggering 8-0 scoreline on goal aggregate. This represent a result of 4-0 at home and 4-0 away. TP Mazembe last played a league game on second of December 2018 away to Mont Bleu and the final result 1-3 was


There has been calls for Zambia to host the Afcon after Cameroon was stripped off the rights to host the 2019 edition but can Zambia host the AFCON? Here is the answer you need. Zambia is not anywhere ready to stage Africa's biggest show piece but the possibility so light is there. Previously a country only needed four stadiums to host the Afcon but a country will now need eight, the very reason Cameroon has failed. Coming back to statistics, CAF only recognises venues which have the minimum capacity of 25,000 to host an AFCON match. There are only three stadiums that have that capacity in Zambia. The rest are grounds. Before i come to that, the biggest stadium in Africa is the


Jesse Were

Yesterday Zesco United completed their strong stance by beating Sonidep AS 3-0 at Levy Mwanawasa stadium in ndola. Jesse Were pushed in a brace while a goal from Kambole to close in a futile day for the Niger. Zesco's victory represents a total of 5-1 win on goal aggregate. Zesco now move on to the next stage were they will meet TP Mazembe. Jesse Jackson Were pushed in a brace with an additional from Lazarous Kambole to close in a futile day for the Niger side But today's attention is focused on Nkana playing at home ground and the two away teams Green Buffaloes and Green Eagles. Nkana FC host UD Songo at 15:00 in the CAF champions league. The Kitwe giant will embrace the


Power Dynamos fan in tears after loss to Nkana

Firstly Fwayo Tembo is not going back to Power Dynamos and people in administration has made it clear unless otherwise. Fwayo has been pleading for a slot back since his salary outcry at Lusaka Dynamos. Fwayo Tembo left Arthur Davies with some characteristic. His  unceremoniously departure cut deep into some flesh that are still bleeding. Still though a massive cleanup is happening at Arthur Davies. Two international players are rumored out. Reagan Ndama Nkuy the Kenyan international was released yesterday.The Congolese striker in September 2018 won Zamfoot player of the week has also been shown out. On the long list are a few players already known to be on the way out and that include Govenda Simwala, Mike Banda and Peter Njobvu. Some more cleanup is looming