OPINION: HOW NAKAMBALA LOST THE CASE.

Police fire teargas canister during week 13 of Zambia super league

Thandi Mwape fired home in additional time to send the Kabwe Fans into agog as they jumped the perimeter fence to celebrate with Players at Ucar 107- home of the magnificent Peoples team. This was during the fixture 13 of the Zambia super league played on 20th April 2019. However, stadium security or the Police fired a tears gas canister and the match was abandoned as Nakambala players walked out of the field of play. The game was now to be determined by the boardroom committee decision. The matter raised mixed opinions but three weeks later it has now been brought to bed with Kabwe Warriors being awarded three points powering the people's team to the top of the Stream

Muhammad Against Beston, Sweet Boys Meet Zega In Rescheduled Week 2 Games

Emphatic Muhammad Fathi

Rescheduled week 2 of MTN FAZ super league see the sweet boys of Nakambala travel to Ndola and play against Zega Mambo Zesco United. And at the same Nkana host Muhammad Fathi men Napsa Stars in a similar MTN FAZ fixture. Nakambala Leopards have maintained the same winning team that crushed Kitwe United during the league opener week one. Leopard's Squad Travelling to Ndola Goalkeepers: Sam Mumba and Brown Nyirenda. Defenders: Andrew Kwaliko, Mathews Sichone, Ben Maleka, George Mutanda, John Mwangeni, and Gift Sakuwaha. Midfielders: Chipo Mugala, Biuma Kashitu, Wilmore Haatembo, Portipher Zulu, Felix Bulaya, Junior Zulu and Paso Mayenge. Strikers: Jacob Mupeta, Signs Chibamba, Simon Mulenga, Chattaba Kabole and Roy Sakwanda Super League variation on the Stream B show the side of Kalampa who

Zesco United Squared Red Arrows

Festus Mbewe in action against Zesco united

Red Arrows was squared off in a heavy defeat at home by Zesco United. A similar defeat at home was only recorded in 2005 against Enyimba in the CAF league.   The Zambia super league rescheduled week 21 fixture saw Zesco square off Arrows in a strong footing of 4 - 1. The Kenyan international player Jesse Were scored a brace pushing him to 14 league goals this season.   The other two goals came from Idriss Mbombo and Cletus Chama. Of interest is Mbombo who has been shortlisted on the African player of the year for the 2016. In the 2015 season for the lower FAZ Division One Mbombo excelled leading to Zesco's interest. Competing with other club's interest in him only Zesco