Zanaco Gets Real Beating Rangers Whip Warriors

Drama in Lusaka when Zanaco get a real beating at their home turf while in Kabwe Forest Rangers ensure the host Warriors remained down with a three to nothing whipping. Midfielder Harrison Chisala opened the scoring while Festus Mbewe, Walter Bwalya and Idris Ilunga Mbombo scored a goal each as Kalampa thumped Sensational Zanaco 4-2 in an exciting Week 26 match of the MTN-FAZ Super Division played at Sunset Stadium on Saturday in Lusaka . And Saturday's win saw Kalampa end a 3-year winless league streak against the Bankers in Lusaka since 2014 when they won 2-1 . Chisala had put Nkana in front on 21st minute set up by creative midfielder Jacob Ngulube but Musonda hit back with a powerful shot inside

Wanderers pushing for 9 out of 9 consecutive wins against FQMO Mining Operations

Wanderers pushing for 9 out of 9 consecutive wins

Mufulira Wanderers head coach Justin Chinama is probably still smiling ear to ear after their eight straight wins in the last eight games and the latest of those wins was awesome. They brat Mining Rangers 5 goals to nil in their own backyard. They also took three vital points the other week against Kalulushi Modern Stars with a 2 nil scoreline. Let us also not forget the huge wins against Konkola Blades, Chambishi and that courageous away win in Luapula against ZNS Lwamfumu. It might be fair to say that Mufulira Wanderers is going after promotion back to the super league at the end of this season but you won't hear Chinama give any validation to this statement, at least, in

Sven Vandenbroeck Makes His First National Call Out List

Zedsoccer covers and update you on Zambia super league

Zambia national men's football team head coach Sven Vandenbroeck has made his first call out of players. According to FAZ Social media post Sven has summoned 23 players for three days of local camp training. With the exception of Zesco United players the super league call out involves players from Buildcon Lusaka Dynamos, Kabwe Warriors and many others. Player names include Jacob Ngulube, Jack Chirwa, Mike Katiba and Fellon Sitonya. This call out is not the final list said Sven because so far he has watched 13 super league teams and he intends to watch them all. “It is not a definitive list, because I will have more than one camp. I will try to make a pool of 30 to 35 players. From there we

Hot Gossip: Clatous Chama Chota Treks to Tanzania

Reports from Soka Africa says its a done deal for Clatous Chama Chota who has signed a two year deal with the Tanzanian side. There is a letter also circulating to be from Clatous Chama thankong Dynamos for his time at the club. Clatous Chama is said to have to Simba SC. The Simba Sports Club is a Tanzanian football club based in Msimbazi Street, Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam But so much talk surrounds Chotas decision to move to the Tanzanian champions. Chief among them is the surprise move and that Tanzania football is lesser to the Zambia super league. Also comment about his transfer fee. Lusaka Dynamos his parent club still holds the ITC International Transfer Certificate. Clatous Chama Farewell Letter Today i would love

Mbewe bags brace as kalampa sink lumwana

Festus Mbewe bags

"It was not an easy game playing Lumwana", Nkana Coach Bestone Chambeshi said in his post-match interview. However striker Festus Mbewe scored first half brace while Idris Ilunga Mbombo contributed a goal in second half. Kalampa saw off 'Uranium Boys' Lumwana Radiants pack off with nothing. This was an impressive 3-0 win in the Week 25 match of the MTN-FAZ Super Division played on Saturday in Wusakile . Kalampa completed a double over Zeddy Saileti's men. Lumwana was already beaten down 3-1 in the first leg played in Lumwana earlier this season . Mbewe put Nkana in front on 10th minute when he rose highest to header the cross provided by veteran defender Joseph Musonda. Mbewe was again on target on 17th minute when he

Nchanga Rangers drops deep into relegation as George Kapembwa gets out

Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy punished Rangers at home with the final result for week 25 pointing to the Academy. Nchanga Rangers losing at home meant disaster for them as they dropped deep into relegation. But it was all smiles for George Kapembwa's National Assembly now standing at 16th position out of the relegation. Nchanga Rangers suffered a second loss in a row effectively pushing them to 19th position second to last. The game in hand against Lusaka Dynamos still counts little. At 17 points the next team on top is Napsa Stars with 19 two short of Kabwe Youth Academy. National Assembly showed much improvement. Coming from behind the George Kapembwa men stepped up to a 3-1 final score. Ernest Mbewe opened the