Justin Shonga targeted by Europe

September 8, 2018, social media came to blistering life with a story making rounds that Emmanuel Banda is on the verge of moving to New Castle. Hairs were raised, fingers kept crossed and nothing came to fruition. A month later, Enock Mwepu made headlines with a possible move to a middle ranked team in England. The lad is talented and has all it takes to play for any club in England. Zambians believed and after all was said and done and the post got their needed likes, he has remained in Austria. Often relegated to the bench and only features in matches of little significance to Salzburg. Next was the story of Musonda having agreed terms to now play for

It Was Supposed To Be Nkana….But Why

Walter Bwalya and Kelvin Mubanga

Nkana has only come to life when it looks too late to grind the axe and i have all along been wondering why now? Kalampa as well known has been the most dramatic team of the year and a team that must not be in this position if they had played their cards well right from the start. Why didn't Chambeshi work on his defence earlier? Perhaps soon after exiting the continental games because it is in continental engagements when the cracks in Nkana's defence were exposed. The defence was the weakest department at the beginning of the league and i wonder why Chambeshi took so long to repair it. They kept shipping in goals like a bitch in winter and the reason

Enock Mwepu and The Ninku Pass-I have seen you

The Zambian midfield maestral has been growing in leaps and bounds and he surely looks like Zambia's biggest revelation from the inimitable under 20 class of 2018. Enock Mwepu is with no doubt a genius on the ball, his ability to take on his markers and weaving past them with easy has been undeniable and he has proved several points about his magical footwork from his toddle days at NAPSA, through to the Under 20 championships. Read More News on Mwepu When Zambia was headed for the World cup semi finals, he got injured and what followed soon after he limped off the pitch is a story that draws a bucket of tears in every Zambians eyes. We surely needn't lose him at

Bornwell Mwape first day at work with a brace grants glory to Napsa Stars

Bornwell Mwape first day at work with a brace

Bornwell Mwape first day at work scoring a brace granted glory to struggling Napsa Stars.Yesterday's win at Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola played late evening against Buildcon marks a third win for team Napsa. And a second win for Coach Muhammad Fathi after taking charge. Bornwell Mwape who is on one year loan transfer to Napsa from Nkana made break through in the 37th minute. Tenant Chembo's side could not see any comeback until Bornwell showed further commitment by another goal happening in the 69th. Two other players Amos Simwanza and John SIkaumbwa both from Nkana also made it in the first eleven.The trio was brought in to strengthen the Pensioners. But for the later Amos and John made permanent moves while

Transfers – Who is Nkana’s new signing from Kenya

Mousa Mohammed will playing at Nkana

Nkana football club signed in a Kenyan football international Mousa Mohammed on a two-year contract. This was according to report from the Nkana Media. Moussa is 27 years old who plays a central defender role but also plays as a right back. Moussa played for Gor Mahia a top team in Kenyan League and KF Tirana from Albania. Gor Mahia has won the Kenyan title a total of 16 times while KF Tirana is part of the most successful multi-disciplinary sports club SK Tirana. Mohammed becomes the latest Nkana signing after former Power Dynamos FC, midfielder, Kelvin Mubanga Kampamba during this mid-year transfer window. Mohammed brings with him four (4) Kenyan Premier League titles and captained the Kenya National Team to winning the Council

Player Focus Kelvin Mubanga Kampamba

Kelvin Kampamba Mubanga

Kelvin Kampamba Mubanga the Zambian professional football player is one such talent that has been so instrumental in the Power Dynamos set up thus far. When the Kitwe outfits clashed with new comers KYSA in the first match of the season which ended 4-2, the skillful midfielder who's fondly known as 'Kemuka' by Power Dynamos Fans provided an assist to Alex Ng'onga with a cheeky but superb pass. That would only mark the start of his outstanding season as he recorded his first assist in that game. Kelvin alongside Mwelwa Sakala and Benson Sakala are the only Power players that have started in all the games played this season. While stats indicate that Mubanga is Power's most productive player netting 4 times (Club