Branded, striking and perennial Copperbelt football club Jumulo FC filters in Mwiza Maseko as marketing manager and clubs executive member. Jumulo is competing for the top spot with the likes of Nchanga Rangers, Konkola Blades, Gomes, Ndola United, Kalulushi Modern Stars in the Copperbelt Division One. Among other headlines "Yesu Sports Kits Jumulo", Jumulo keeps seeking an audience to define and move football beyond divisional level. JUMULO ROPES IN MWIZA We are pleased to announce and welcome Mwiza Maseko as the Marketing Manager for Jumulo Football Club. Ms.Maseko, a qualified accountant and business lady, brings to the club valuable knowledge and expertise. She will be responsible for marketing and promotion of the club. By this appointment, Mwiza becomes an executive member of the Jumulo Football Club.
The copper Queens have never been to the Olympics and their quest for a maiden appearance will go under the skin when they host Zimbabwe this afternoon. The dice is already cast for Zambia vs Zimbabwe women football for Wednesday at 15 pm at Nkoloma stadium for the TOKYO 2020 Olympic Qualifier. After maintaining silver at the 2019 COSAFA senior Challenge, the copper queens will be back to work this afternoon but with some fragments of improvement as the girls plying their trade in Europe will beef up the squad. Facing Zimbabwe looks easy for the girls on paper but Zimbabwe is a side capable of hitting Zambia to extremes of no recovery if given room to do so. They displayed quality
The impressive copper queens outrun the Zebras in all departments of play that all ended but barren. Zambia took on the Tswanas in the 2019 COSAFA Women's Championship matchday 2 that determined who gets to the next stage of the tournament. THIS IS WHY THE COPPER QUEENS HAD TO DRAW We won't call it much fixing but the entire panorama was staged and planned. Zambia didn't want to beat Botswana and this is why. To begin with, both Botswana and Zambia needed a draw to excel to the semi-finals. A win for Zambia would have meant Botswana goes home while Zambia proceeds to meet a more difficult and hungrier opponent than Botswana. It was thus wise and prudent for Zambia to keep Botswana
It was baptism by fire in South Africa as the Shepolopolo also Copper Queens pounded Mauritius 15-0 at the Group B inaugural matchday of the COSAFA Senior Women Championship. Rachael Nachula took things personally when she rattled the net eight times and created five more goals but that's definitely not the best performance we can ever see from the Zambian girls as the fantastic three have not yet played together in a year. It was a comprehensive display from the Zambian girls who picked from where they left at last year's AFCON but we keep wondering what would happen if Rachael Nachula, Barbra Banda and Kundanaji were all called for duty. Zambian Female Footballers In Action Rachael Nachula Rachael Nachula enters into the
The Copper Queens' quest for a maiden continental accolade and subsequent appearance at the world cup will face a litmus test when they point a finger in the the bruised face of the super Falcons of Nigeria tomorrow. While the Zambian girls are comfortably perched on top of the group after an emphatic 5-0 bashing of Equatorial Guinea in their first match, Nigeria lost to South Africa and the defending Champions will step into this match all guns blazing. A loss for Nigeria will confirm their exit while a win for Zambia will confirm their spot in the semi finals. Nigeria the defending Champions will step in the field stinking blood but the good news for the Copper Queens Shepolopolo is that the
Zambia women's national football team showed prowess yesterday when they put down the formidable Cameroon side. Yesterday fixtures marked the fourth day of the ongoing Cosafa Women Championship in South Africa. The Cosafa Women is an association football comprised of 16 nations from Southern Africa. However Cameroon are playing as the guest star. Shepolopolo have now claimed the top position after seeing the first fixture go in their favor. In the opening fixture Zambia beat Lesotho by 2-0 with goals from Misozi Zulu and Barbra Banda. Came Cameroon against Zambia was the most anticipated with the earlier been favorites to dominate the tournament. But Lushomo Mweemba turned up and her goal proved sense for shepolopolo witnessing Cameroon go down. Cameroon tournament debut showed a