Young Buffaloes Toast Zanaco While Idriss Mbombo Seal Nkana

Young Buffaloes Toast Zanaco While Idriss Mbombo Seal Nkana

Zanaco were outdone and booted from the Barclays Cup Zambia 2018 in the 13:00 hrs early kick off. Also in the second and tough sensational schedule Nkana brought down the Zesco United from the Idriss Mbombo's brace. Mbombo scored twice from the header firstly from Sate Sate cross and lately from Hassan cross. A Maybin Kalengo lone goal was not enough to twist the fate of the final whistle. And Zesco had to watch Nkana celebrate at the doorway of Barclays Cup semi finals So Young Buffaloes made it through to the semis thanks to Michael Musonda brace with the chance of Man of the Match. Zanaco's Tafadzwa Rusike 40th minute equaliser had little to match up to the final scoreline of 2-1. From a

FAZ Division One Week 24 Fixtures

While Mufulira Wanderers will be luncheoning with the super league big boys in the Barclays tourna quarter finals slated at Arthur Davies here is the rest of the ideas in the division one football. Wanderers took shrewd advantage last week Friday 21st September when they played Gomes in an advanced week 24 at Levy Mwanawasa stadium. All division one games skipped last week except Gomes hosting Wanderers. Wanderers took a huge step and slashed Gomes at home to advance further with the log leadership. Week 24 Division One Fixtures Zone One Wonderful vs Lundazi United Lusaka Tigers vs Katete Rangers Zesco Malaiti Rangers vs Happy Hearts Chipata City Council vs Young Green Buffaloes Police College vs Paramilitary Kafue Celtic vs Circuit City Petauke United vs City of Lusaka Lusaka City Council vs

Barclays Cup Biddings: Its Rumble or be Rumbled As Zesco Take On Nkana

Zesco United will this weeked come head on with Nkana in a Rumble or be rumbled Barclays cup affair.  It is a show down that is already casting beckons of a bloody bath and we must be braced for anything. The last time the two clashed, the match had to be abandoned as bloody scenes of terror erupted at the nick of time when Nkana was given a penalty and now the battle must continue from right where it ended. The brutal cat and dog affair is inevitable as the two sides have been intertwined in a web of animosity since ever. They both stand tall on the Zambian football landscape like the pyramids of Egypt: Gigantic, daring and untouchable. Kings of this

Zambian Premier League Week 37 Brought Forward

Here is the fixtures for midweek games in the Zambian premier league. This is week 37 brought forward to Wednesday 26th September 2018 15:00 Power Dynamos Vs Green Buffaloes  (Arthur Davies Stadium) 13:00 Buildcon Vs Forest Rangers (Levy Mwanawasa Stadium) 15:00 Zesco United Vs Nchanga Rangers (Levy Mwanawasa Stadium) 15:00 National Assembly Vs Lusaka Dynamos (Woodlands Stadium) 15:00 New Monze Swallows Vs Kitwe United (Lwengu Sports Complex) 15:00 Nkana Vs Green Eagles (Nkana Stadium) 15:00 Napsa Stars Vs Nakambala Leopards (Nkoloma Stadium) 15:00 Kabwe Warriors Vs Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy (Godfrey Chitalu Stadium) 15:00 Zanaco Vs Red Arrows (Sunset Stadium) 15:00 Lumwana Radiants Vs Nkwazi (Lumwana Stadium)

MTN FAZ Week 34 Sunday Results

MTN FAZ Week 34 Ressults

Shared Spoils at Nkoloma between Red Arrows and Nkana FC Kalampa Fred Soutra Tshimenga first took advantage but Saddam Yusuf thwarted the progress a minute into second half. It was a high tensioned game. First round was abandoned at Nkana stadium that saw Red Arrows lose points for causing the abandonment But for Lusaka Dynamos earlier kick off it was hell as Power Dynamos hammered them 4-2 Zanaco with Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy flowed along for the Bankers KYSA 0-2 Zanaco

It Was Supposed To Be Nkana….But Why

Walter Bwalya and Kelvin Mubanga

Nkana has only come to life when it looks too late to grind the axe and i have all along been wondering why now? Kalampa as well known has been the most dramatic team of the year and a team that must not be in this position if they had played their cards well right from the start. Why didn't Chambeshi work on his defence earlier? Perhaps soon after exiting the continental games because it is in continental engagements when the cracks in Nkana's defence were exposed. The defence was the weakest department at the beginning of the league and i wonder why Chambeshi took so long to repair it. They kept shipping in goals like a bitch in winter and the reason