Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy trifle winless laden, ZSL match day 14

KYSA during the Zambia super league 2018

Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy put to an end the winless scourge that had plagued the Zambia super league new comers since 2018 season begun. Chewe Mulenga raised his head up and Lumwana Radiants was meant to fall when KYSA completed the scoresheet. KYSA remained the only team in the super league not to have won a game as at week 13. The win also sets a positive pace for the Academy shunning the record left by Mufulira Blackpool in 2016. Mufulira Blackpool never won a game during the super league 2016 season. Blackpool checked out winless at the bottom of the log on 12 points from 12 draws. But for Chewe Mulenga formerly coach at Mufulira Wanderers the victory was not a

Zesco stay ahead, Walter bwalya injures leopards, Buffaloes maul zanaco

Jesse Were put ahead Zesco United during the encounter with Kitwe United

Zesco United staid ahead of the United from Kitwe in week 14 of the super league while Walter Bwalya's lone goal was quick to injure the Leopards in Mazabuka. And in an early kick off Green Buffaloes mauled the Bankers in Lusaka to maintain the second position.   A victory at the hosts Garden Park was their for the league champions to continue dominating the super league log summit.  Zesco United cemented their first position with a 2-1 margin beating the home team Kitwe United. Walter Bwalya Injures Leopards Forward Walter Bwalya Binene netted a second half goal as Kalampa Nkana silenced 'Sugar Boys' Nakambala Leopards 1-0 on Wednesday in Mazabuka to go third on the league table. Meanwhile, Nkana maintained their unbeaten away

Mazabuka Sugar boys host 12 times league champions

Zambian football player from Mazabuka Sugar Boys Nakambala

Today during midweek games Mazabuka welcome the 12 times Zambia super division champions from Kitwe Copperbelt. Revived Nkana will be seeking a second straight win in four days when they face ‘Sweet Boys’ Nakambala Leopards on Wednesday away in Mazabuka. Interestingly, Nkana have not lost any away game this season with the worst result being a 2-2 draw at Kabwe Youth Academy recently. A win at Nakambala Stadium in the Week 14 match will see Nkana go five games unbeaten away in the season. Kalampa are fresh from beating city rivals Kitwe United 1-0 in Wusakile, while the Sweet Boys are coming from a 1-1 draw at National Assembly in Lusaka. Nakambala has not won the last five games  instead they

Fewdays Swallows first ever warm weekend beating Napsa Stars

Fledgling and super league starters New Monze Swallows had the first ever heartwarming weekend after they beat Napsa Stars. Joseph Mwindilila was the lad that created the 38th minute panic attack for the host when he stopped the more than half an hour lock horn.  This means Fewdays Musonda Swallows stand at par with Napsa Stars as the two teams in the super league with only a single win record. The pensioners Napsa Stars rather stay superior to New Monze Swallows having drawn more games. New Monze Swallows super league entrance has been mingled and troubling as they seat at the bottom of the table week in week after. Of the number of factors club administration and sponsorship has readily affected the Southerners

Sate Sate inspires kalampa to victory napsa stars swallowed

Forward Ronald 'Sate Sate' Kampamba netted as 7th on the table Nkana edged out 10th on the log Kitwe United 1-0 in a tightly contested Week 13 match of the MTN-FAZ Super Division played on Saturday at Nkana Stadium . This was Nkana's second win at home this season after succumbing to defeats against Power Dynamos, Zesco United , Green Buffaloes and Zanaco . Nkana's redemption came on in 70th minute when Sate Sate scored from a close range assisted by striker Idris Ilunga Mbombo . Kalampa moved in to fouth place after win on 23 points at par with Power Dynamos on 23 points but the Wusakile side have a superior goal difference . Kitwe drop to 12th position after defeat with 17

Kalampa seek redemption against chingalika

Kitwe City is expected to come to a standstill on Saturday when Nkana and Kitwe United battle it out in 'Big Kitwe Derby' at Nkana Stadium as the MTN-FAZ Super Division enters Week 13 . Kick-off is at 15h00 in Wusakile. This is the first Nkana and Kitwe are meeting since 2009 when they were both in Division One. This will be another daunting task for Nkana who have played 3 games without a win . The Mopani Sponsored side must beat Chingalika to revive chances of qualifying for Barclays Cup. Nkana have lost 4 games this season at home after succumbing to defeats against Power Dynamos, Zesco United , Green Buffaloes and Zanaco. On Wednesday , Zanaco handed Kalampa their 4th home loss of the