Micho magic! Witchcraft or Afrocraft, Micho has been in Africa for a long and his understanding of the demands of the shrines of African football is deep-rooted.So much can be said about the Serbian but his technical know-how and understanding of African football is immense. He is boiled and hard-cooked in the African pots of football magic and today's result in Ethiopia must start sending cold shivers in the spines of his opposition. He is coming for them and he doesn't fall as easily. They must be braced for lightning and thunder.Micho carries some guts of steel and he won't be beaten easily. The road to the AFCON and subsequent World Cup in Qatar looks crooked and impassable for Zambia
Not only because of coronavirus but fans must be allowed in the stadium to sustain the local sporting football. This is pertinent and very clear. To start with the demise of the Nakambala Football Club once a giant and immovable object in the Zambia Super league cannot be underestimated.Zambian teams will not survive if Fans are not allowed in the stadiums. A team like Kabwe Warriors makes an average of k100,000 from gate takings for every game played at home and the money goes a long way in meeting many logistics on match days. Without Fans allowed in the stadium, it looks a mission impossible for most teams to meet the weekly demands of staging matches. The Zambia Super league annual
We have seen it before but here is the answer to why Nkana must beat Indeni. Nkana takes on the oil boys on Sunday 24th October in the league curtain-raiser and we might be here to see History unfold right before our eyes! Ipswich Town 1961, Everton in 1935, Tottenham in 1950, Kabwe Warriors 1991; Indeni 2021?? The thought that Indeni can go all the way to win the league in their first top-flight football attempt is insane.Ridiculously insane but as unthinkable as it may sound, a number of teams a walk down memory lane have been crowned champions just twelve months after arriving at the biggest stage.They showed all signs and wonders before going all the way but no one
Godfrey Ucar Chitalu, Paul Masumba, Emmanuel Mayuka: Kabwe warriors now peacefully sleeping in the dust of their rich ruins had players who sent waves of wow and twitching excitement in the Ucar 107 stadium each time the boys stepped on that glorious pitch. Now nothing but an artifact, a citadel of diminished glory. But today we bring into short focus the Clive- Sichiondwe and Hachilenza partnership. one of the most potent combinations in modern times. On the rear right of the 2005 magnificent Kabwe warriors side was captain fantastic Clive Sichiondwe while the inimitable Clive Hachilenza secured the rear left and this combination was an impossible explosion of orgasmic football. Clive Hachilenza on the left was a D14 six-cylinder head engine.
BRUCE Musakanya and SHADERECK Malambo (2012) merchants of destruction, little bundle of a menacing gas chamber; Today we look at Bruce Musakanya and his explosive partnership with Shadereck Malambo in the 2012 season: one of the most potent combinations in modern times. Bruce Musakanya and Shadereck Malambo are by far the most underwritten Zambia top flight midfielders in modern Zambian football and with their star of ascendancy rising as far back as 2012, they might now be slowly running out of gas. The 2012 Red Arrows was one of the most gifted sides the Zambia Super League has ever seen. In the midfield was an impossible combination of Bruce and Shadereck. Bruce playing as an ignition valve was a ghost on the
Zambia's most potent combinations in modern times drive a list that includes known names such as Kalaba and Jacob. This enchanting combination remains one of the most ferocious football bromances in modern Zambian History. 1. Rainford Kalaba and Jacob Mulenga (Afrisport) Zambian football had gone in somewhat a state of hibernation till a new killer arrived on the block - Afrisport. The newly-promoted Kitwe side donning National Colours were literally wreaking havoc beating big sides black and blue while mistifying the Zambia football landscape in the 2002 /3 season. At the heart of that Afrisport team was an inconspicuous 17-year-old midfield maestro with some evil genius in his feet: Rainford Kalaba. The little genius was simply a Kalahari scorpion at prime. He was so small