Napsa Stars look to Kenya confirming additions to their chart with Kenyan Timothy Otieno as the latest hot cake in addition to goalkeeper Shaaban Odhoji. Shaaban has been with the pensioners since January 2020 but center forward Timothy Otieno from Tusker is the new addition. A social media posting on Twitter confirmed the news; "Its a done deal and Mr. Otieno is now a pensioner," said the tweet. "The striker has signed a three-year permanent deal from Kenyan Premier League side Tusker FC. Otieno was the top scorer in the just-ended League with 14 goals..." In response to the transfer Timothy said he was super elated to have signed with @napsastars_fc . "Am glad I will don the yellow color for the next
Kelvin Kampamba Mubanga's eye move to Team Ya Ziko Zesco United football club as his contract with Nkana comes to an end this December 2020. According to a Zesco Social Media post on Facebook Mubanga is joining the Ndola outfit as a midfielder the position he is excelled at Nkana. Meet our new midfielder, Kelvin Kampamba!Zesco social media post Kelvin Mubanga Kampamba unveiled during pre-contract signing in Zesco United outfit However, Zesco has confirmed that this is only a pre-contract agreement which will come into effect January 2021. “Kampamba has signed a pre-contract agreement with ZESCO United after agreeing personal terms with the club. Kampamba’s contract with us will come into effect on 1st January 2021 after seeing off the remaining four months
The recent surge, occurrences, and spread of COVID-19 in the Zambian community has necessitated the Football Association of Zambia to close the league on August 6th, 2020. The current league will be concluded on August 6, 2020 after all the teams have played their Week 27 round of matches. Accordingly, champions will be declared for both the FAZ MTN Super Division and FAZ Eden University National Division One. The league only resumed on 18th July under strict guidance but the confirmed cases have soared standing now at 5,555 with 149 deaths. FAZ LEAGUE TO CLOSE ON AUGUST 6, 2020Press Statement(For Immediate Release)Football Association of ZambiaFootball House, Lusaka31st July, 2020 FAZ LEAGUE TO CLOSE ON AUGUST 6, 2020Following an Executive Committee meeting held on Thursday
Napsa Stars football club has adopted a new design of its football logo. A media social posting on Facebook indeed confirmed the new image was different from the previous one. It is more cleaner, easy on the eye with clear lines, and less clutter. "We have adopted a New Logo and we love it! Hope you love it too.." said the tweet. https://twitter.com/napsastars_fc/status/1274978574370570241?s=20 The Napsa Stars new logo retains the main color of yellow and blue. Yellow dominates while blue emphasizes the logo with an extra white. The 5 stars appearing on the logo are now not of the same size. One star stands dominant and immediately slight above it a small before a line on top reads Napsa Stars F.C.
Godfrey Ucar Chitalu, Paul Masumba, Emmanuel Mayuka: Kabwe warriors now peacefully sleeping in the dust of their rich ruins had players who sent waves of wow and twitching excitement in the Ucar 107 stadium each time the boys stepped on that glorious pitch. Now nothing but an artifact, a citadel of diminished glory. But today we bring into short focus the Clive- Sichiondwe and Hachilenza partnership. one of the most potent combinations in modern times. On the rear right of the 2005 magnificent Kabwe warriors side was captain fantastic Clive Sichiondwe while the inimitable Clive Hachilenza secured the rear left and this combination was an impossible explosion of orgasmic football. Clive Hachilenza on the left was a D14 six-cylinder head engine.
Zambia's most potent combinations in modern times drive a list that includes known names such as Kalaba and Jacob. This enchanting combination remains one of the most ferocious football bromances in modern Zambian History. 1. Rainford Kalaba and Jacob Mulenga (Afrisport) Zambian football had gone in somewhat a state of hibernation till a new killer arrived on the block - Afrisport. The newly-promoted Kitwe side donning National Colours were literally wreaking havoc beating big sides black and blue while mistifying the Zambia football landscape in the 2002 /3 season. At the heart of that Afrisport team was an inconspicuous 17-year-old midfield maestro with some evil genius in his feet: Rainford Kalaba. The little genius was simply a Kalahari scorpion at prime. He was so small