This is Why Nkana Must Beat Indeni

Nkana last took on Indeni in 2014

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

Nkana are the 2018 Charity Shield Champions as Mbombo and Kampamba scores brace

Nkana are the 2018 Charity Shield Champions as Mbombo and Kampamba scores brace

  NKANA FC beat defending champions Zesco United 4-3 in the 2018 Samuel 'Zoom' Ndhlovu Charity Shield final match played on Saturday at Nkoloma Stadium. Nkana have now won the Shield a record 16 times. This was a sweet revenge for Nkana who were defeated 2-0 in last years final played at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium Nkana could have opened the scoring on 13th minute when striker Idriss Mbombo failed to score with only a goalkeeper to beat after being set up with a brilliant pass by forward Ronald Kampamba. Mbombo had another chance to break the deadlock on 18th minute with his long range powerful header but Zesco goalkeeper Ntibahezwa was equal to the task to parry the ball away. Nkana's redemption came on 27th minute

Zesco United outwits Nkana

Charity Shield final 2017 saw Zesco United outwit the 15 times Charity Shield trophy holder. John Chingandu's brace separated the two teams bringing dismay to Zeddy Saileti's men. The first half saw a brilliant save by Kelvin Malunga from a formative Zesco United. Jacob Banda had it easy with no threat from Nkana forward. At the drop of half time both teams feared into nil and nil situation though Zesco United commanded an upper hand. Nkana's Defence from Aaron Katebe, Joseph Musonda and Aubrey Chamulwanda each fambled into Zesco's forward confidence. Zesco confidently held the midfield as Akumu was re-enforced by David Owino and Kondwani Mtonga. Decisive Zesco Breaking the deadlock hardly a minute into second half Mbombo made a clear move as  Aaron Katebe

Nkana aim for 16th charity shield title without Apanane

Nkana football player Apenene

  Ndola city come to a standstill as Fifteen time Charity Shield holders Nkana fc are set to lock horns with Zesco United in this year's Samuel 'Zoom' Ndhlovu Charity Shield final match at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium. The two giants have met twice in this competition with Zesco United emerging victorious in both ties. In 2015 Zesco beat Nkana 5-4 on post match penalties at Arthur Davies Stadium to advance to the final . Nkana were also culprits in 2011 when they were defeated 3-0 in the final. Nkana head in today's game without the services of Diego Apanane, Macduff Chungu and Christopher Munthali . The trio are nursing injuries. United beat Power Dynamos 4-2 to advance to the final while Nkana baptised Zanaco

Zeddy Saileti anchoring nkana for 2017 super league

Saileti is anchoring Nkana

Superb coaching Zeddy Saileti is anchoring his team for the titles in the 2017 Zambia super league. Nkana is enshrined with winning titles and dimensional thinking Zeddy is just on that path. From appointed head coach to pre-season into the seasonal prelude Charity tournament Zeddy has been mounting.  "What a great display of football by Nkana football club yesterday in the Charity Shield semi final against rival Zanaco." Hailed a Nkana supporter after the 3 - 0 victory against Zanaco. Nkana controlled the game from the beginning and have surely made their intentions known for this season. The acquisition of all three titles. That is the Charity Shield, Barclays Cup and the ultimate prize, the 2017 super league title! Nkana displayed a different

Zesco bog power dynamos as Nkana bash Zanaco

Kenyan international Jesse Were

Charity shield semi finals at Arthur Davies stadium in Kitwe whipped to a 9 goals tick sheet with just the two games played. Interesting thursday showed Arthur Davies packed as the four league giants prelude to the MTN FAZ super league 2017.   Power Dynamos 2 - 4 Zesco United Zesco bogged down and hammered Power Dynamos in free scoring fixture. Goals from Jesse Jackson Were x2 and David Owino ensured the second best 2016 team pushed their limit. From a tight angle Were made clear Zesco's intention. This was easily followed by David Owino just before half an hour of play. As the first half was concluding the scoreline was 3 -1 in favor of Zesco. Lyson Sikaonga had pulled on one at