The Heat is On: Wanderers Up To Extinguish The Fire

Mufulira Wanderers

BY COLLECTING MAXIMUM POINT Six points separate the top two with a further one point on the third team. This is really proving exciting times to the neutrals but more worrying to Mufulira Wanderers faithfuls who expected the team to increase it's advantage on the top to eight points with a win against not so fancied and stylish Roan United. If Wanderers were to miss out on this year's promotion, they will rue the points they failed to collect against teams like Roan more so at Shinde when the rest of the country expected them to have an easy ride. This would be more painful to their supporters than their demotion to Division one last year. But Wanderers under the tutelage of Justine

A Step Closer Wanderers?

Mufulira Wanderers takes on Roan United in their quest for promotion. What has been going on with Roan United? Year in year out, much is expected of them to perform better and qualify for promotion. Due to their poor performances, they have earned themselves a name as the veterans of Division One. This season, they've lost seven games, drawn 10 and in the process lost 7 in the 26 games played. They occupy eighth position: a big club turned into a mid table team. Pressure should still be building up in this team because it's a big team and they need to finish in a very respectable position with six games to play. They seems to have found some feet after appointing

Wanderers in a tricky affair against FQMO Roads

Mufulira Wanderers

.... As second placed Indeni battle it out with fourth placed Gomes in a Ndola derby. By Mumba Mwila After securing a quarter final berth against arch rivals Power Dynamos in this years Barclays Cup to be played on the weekend of 29/30 September, Mufulira Wanderers will now shift their attention back to Super League promotion. They have the chance to increase the point difference to either 9 or 10 with a win against FQMO Roads should Indeni draw or lose at home against a spirited Gomes team in Ndola. Mufulira Wanderers will go into this game having known the results for their closest rivals Indeni who play this afternoon. It might not sound like a big deal, but it is for this

The Best Of the Zones

....... AS MUFULIRA WANDERERS FIGHT REAL NAKONDE FOR THE BARCLAYS CUP QUARTER FINAL BERTH Mufulira Wanderers and Real Nakonde come into this clash as winners of Zone two and three at the half mark and they are coming into this preliminary round with excellent form though Real Nakonde has lost the top slot while the Mufulira outfit still leads zone two. While Wanderers boss Justin Chinama will be looking to win a double with 'Mighty'; - win the Barclays Cup and promotion to the Super League. Muchinga Province will look to the Nakonde outfit for a slot in the super league as priority. They will use this fixture as a way of testing their worthy rather than think of winning it. They won't be


All eyes today will be in Ndola as 'oil boys' Indeni host Mufulira Wanderers in a clash that whets the appetite to the point of salivating. Such is it's gargantuan promise in all the four Zones of Zambian football this weekend. For those blessed with watching the games live, the prospect of league leaders coming to face second placed  will finally be realized, as the table will be the reference to everyone after this encounter. It's a must watch game, as two sides who have been involved in plenty of thrillers of late will surely serve up a feast that even the neutrals would appreciate. Mufulira Wanderers grabbed the Barclays Cup slot from Indeni when all pointers favoured Indeni to get it and that

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