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.
Coach Noel Mwandila becomes another victim to be unceremoniously booted out from the Ndola based football club Buildcon FC who plays in the Zambia super league. This is according to the social media post on the Buildcon official Facebook page. Noel Mwandila was handed the termination letter on 17th February 2020. Noel Mwandila served in the capacity of the assistant coach for Buildcon. Noel is a former midfielder for Green Buffaloes football club where he played from 2003 to 2015. Mwandila also featured at the Zambia senior national team. In 2018, then in Tanzania, Noel Mwandila also coached as Assistant at Young Africans (Yanga Soccer Team) where he helped the team cruise into the Azam Sports Federation Cup. By February 2020 Noel leaves the
The question of can a LOCAL coach be TRUSTED with the responsibility of heading the National team into the AFCON qualifiers has a straight forward answer. The answer is a big NO. Current LOCAL COACHES are nothing but flat tires that cant take Zambia anywhere and this is why? LOCAL coaches suffer from an inferiority complex syndrome. They are always intimidated by Zambian players who have been playing their trade abroad and are making a good fortune. It is clear that most LOCAL coaches struggle to command respect among most of these players leading to them being axed from the squad. While Chiyangi and his Zambia were playing some uncircumcised friendlies against Niger: Using players who will never feature in a competitive match,
Former Chipolopolo coach Honour Janza rejected an offer from the Seychelles Football Association to take over the Islanders' national team. Janza who is currently contracted to eSwatini club side Mbabane Swallows whom he joined just over a month ago, is said to have been offered a monthly package of $4,000 (over K50,000) by the Seychellois FA. Seychelles have since appointed Ralph Jean-Louis after,Janza,who was their most preferred choice opted to remain with Swallows. Janza previously managed the national team, a position he took up in August 2014. He was also a national team manager at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. But soon in June 2015, Janza was replaced by George Lwandamina.
Killer bees, Giant killers, spoilers Kansanshi Dynamos are on an upward trajectory and there are shivers down the spine of the Nkana Camp as the boys from Kansanshi storm Wusakile with confidence aiming for another Giant kill. Kansanshi Dynamos has had a fairy tale start to their maiden season in Zambian top light football and they are comfortably occupying 3rd position after 4 matches. They had matches that many bookmakers thought would squeeze them hard to the Bottom of the league but they are defying odds. They beat Green Buffaloes before they brought down Power Dynamos and last week Mufulira Wanderers fail victim to their deadly venom and Nkana is next on their delicious menu. It has been a dream start and fairy
As AtlasMara keeps taking hard punches from a frustrating business environment, Zesco United face another blinding uppercut. Coach George Lwandamina is on the verge of ditching the Zambian Champions as he is shortlisted for the Black Leopards job in South Africa. Black Leopards have had a bumpy start to the 2019 season recording only one win in five matches and they lie twelfth on the PSL table. As the axe head falls on the Leopards coach, George Lwandamina is top on the Leopards wanted list and the conditions put at this bait are too tempting for Lwandamina to resist. Black Leopards will offer a whopping $120,000 per month, far more than what Lwandamina has been getting at Zesco. That will make