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
Linos Chalwe honored Zambian Football icon Great Kalu for his outstanding contribution to Zambian football over the weekend occasioning a part of Luapula Summerfest. Following an event at Arthur Davies stadium that attracted thousands of football lovers who took an opportunity to honor the icon, Linos posted on his social media. Proud to have been part of this momentous occasion. My special thanks to the Luapuala Provincial Administration for organizing this event as part of the Luapuala Summerfest. To my teammates of the Chipolopolo XI I say great stuff lads enjoyed every minute of the game, it was an overwhelming experience especially after decades of playing together. And to our Seniors the team the KK11 congratulations for a gallant performance. The cream
Unstoppable Zambia Under 23 squad forced a 3-3 draw in Congo Brazaville to qualify for the Under 23 African Championship in Egypt this November. We take you down how Zambia performed the last time the team featured at an under 23 tournament. The Last time Zambia participated at the Under 23 African Championship was in 2003 at the All African games in Nigeria. It was a decorated fiesta for Simutowe's young and absolutely talented side as the boys mint bronze. Zambia, however, began the tournament on a shaky note losing 2-0 to the hosts Nigeria. Alfred Omo-Efe found the opener for Nigeria in the 7th minute before Henry Okdoy powered home in the 26th minute to give the hosts a flying
By Soccer Pundit Lastone Nkana Zambia in a glorious time beat Cameroon 4-1 in 1985 at Lusaka's Independence stadium. Independence stadium is just behind National Heroes stadium. Nkana Red Devils, now Nkana football club, Striker Michael Chabala scored a hat trick and the other goal came from Red Arrows 's Aaron Njovu. What a game Independence Stadium full to Capacity of 35,000 people plus others watching from nearby Humanism Hill with small radios brand ITT Supersonic. They followed Uncle Dennis Liwewe on radio closely and only watching the Northern part of Independence Stadium. Zambia went to Cameroon and drew 1-1 scored through Rodger Milla while Zambia scored through skipper Jones Chilengi of Green Buffaloes. May God bless Zambian Football Glory be to God Amen.
It was a great year for MTN | FAZ ZLS seeing among several other takes a sponsorship increase, a 'Maite' comeback, the sorrows of Nkana FC at the hands of Team Ya Ziko..Ba Zega! While Oilo drew back to Div 1, Aba Yellow...D'inamo enjoys a flattering second position and sensational Zanaco was an instance failing to hold what was its own. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="13" gal_title="Saving Moments In The Year"]