Eye brows were raised on Saturday in the PSL news after the Soweto DERBY. Lazarous Kambole failed to convert a seater. So much has been said about him but after the dust has settled, the good news is that Kambole will have his fingerprints in the South African football Hall of Fame and this is why. 1 Speed Collins Bensuma was such a skillful boy at his prime. He was so good with the ball on his left foot but those who watched Mbesuma play for Roan United will agree that Mbesuma's most powerful Arsenal was not skillful but speed. I had the privilege of watching Collins in the Roan United shirt in 2003 at Railways ground. The boy had such a
The Zambia CHAN squad yesternight played to a stalemate after a barren draw against Botswana. The pressure is now overriding on Aggrey Chiyangi as an away goal by Botswana in Lusaka might be disastrous. The performance of the team was generally poor but Chiyangi needs to act fast and bold. To begin with, he quickly needs to select his charges on efficiency, not loyalty. We know Tapson KASEBA is his boy and a loyal boy but KASEBA didn't even deserve to be on the plane that went to Botswana because he has been flat-footed of late. Yes, he has been. Green Eagles were out in East Africa for CECAFA and KASEBA didn't score even a goal. That told lots about his
Chipolopolo Troops Aim at The Zebras in the 2020 CHAN qualifier quest. The Aggrey Chiyangi drilled Zambian CHAN boys will be on a Zebra hunting mission in Botswana in a 2020 qualifier. After Zambia edged past the Zebras in a narrow one-nil Triumph sixty days ago, the two teams will come head-on today. Zambia beat Botswana in that COSAFA cup final but the odds the final wrote were that times have changed and Botswana is not as easy to beat as it was fifteen years ago. They caused all kinds of trouble on Zambia in that final and Zambia was lucky to energy victorious. Kambole and Muwowo went to COSAFA as the Country's MVPs but their performance in the final and most of
Zesco United's move to finally sale Kambole looked like a good idea at first but it now has to pass through an acid test as the dramatic transfer window comes to its dramatic close. Zesco United has been a fast engine in the African football skies and fast engines definitely require a lot of fuel but does the team still have the fuel that powered their reputation in the African football sky? It's impossible to answer that question without mentioning Kambole. The swift feet of Kazarous has always given Zesco the needed strangled hold on the necks of their opponents. He powered in ten goals in the league last season and that bitting power were what Zesco needed to return the title.
2019-20 MTN FAZ Super league commences in August and will be aligned with the European football calendar season of August to May. Remarkable about Zambia's premier league is the dropping of 20 to 18 teams that will participate in the 2019/20 MTN FAZ super league. Newcomers to the league include Kansanshi Dynamos from Solwezi. Dynamos have been knocking on this door to the super league for a while. The other team promoted is KYSA Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy. KYSA has hardly staid away from the super league after been relegated at end of 2018. But due to the 2019 transition league that lasted from January to May 2019, KYSA saw themselves away from the super league only for few months. KYSA battled out
After battling through a difficult terrain where the Zambian football Demi-god lost his position on the CAF desk, Kalusha Bwalya will have something to ease the stress. The Lusaka Mayor has decided to give flowers to Kalusha Bwalya when he is still alive rather than waiting for him to die. Miles Sampa has announced his plans of naming a street in Lusaka after Kalusha Bwalya. Further, the father of the greater city of Lusaka has made mention that there will be a statue of Kalusha Bwalya erected at one of the rounds about at the heart of the mother city. "I don't believe in giving flowers to the dead, Let's give each other those flowers when we are still alive… lets celebrate