DENMARK.

Striker Christoper Katongo scored his first competitive goal for Brondby on Thursday in their 3-0 Cup win at home over SK Brann.

FRANCE.

Striker Jacob Mulenga played the full 90 minutes for Chateauroux on Friday when the 8th placed clubs suffeered its second successive Ligue 2 defeat.
Chateauroux lost 1-0 at home to 13th placed Libourne.

GERMANY.

ALEMMANNIA AACHEN: Defender Moses Sichone did not feature 13th placed Aachen on Sunday in their 2-1 home win over 14th positioned Mainz.

PADERBORN: Midfielder Andrew Sinkala played the full 90 minutes for his 2.Bundesliga club on Sunday in a 3-1 away defeat at 11th placed Kolblenz.
Paderborn are 13th after Sundays defeat.

PORTUGAL.

Striker Collins Mbesuma played the full 90 minutes for Maritimo in their 1-0 away defeat on Sunday at Estrela Amadora.

Maritimo and Amadora are 7th and 11th on the log respectively.

SOUTH AFRICA.

MOROKA SWALLOWS-LAMOTVILLE GOLDEN ARROWS: Defender Billy Mwanza did not play for 13th placed Golden arrows on Saturday in their 1-0 away league defeat at 4th from top Moroka Swallows.

Striker Songwe Chalwe however did come on for Swallows in the 59th minute.

JOMO COSMOS: Striker David Mwape did not play for 3rd placed Cosmos on Wednesday in their 1-1 away draw at number 5 side SuperSport United who did not also feature midfielder James Chamanga.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. It’s nice to see out players playing regulary fo their clubs. This just spells good for the national team. I just wish FAZ could also get our pros to play together during FIFA friendly windows so that the team jells well. If anybody watched Zambia play South Africa at Independence stadium last year, we really featured the best team ever but their co-ordination was all over the place and we paid dearly for that and I hope it does not come to haunt us.

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  2. it is good to see how our professionals are playing in the various countries. it was equally good to see zanaco playing in Tunisia and for us who watched the game it was wonderful to see how they played notwithstanding ther referee, by challenging esperence to the game. The boys played like champions and if they repeat that performance back home they will certainly carry the day and qualify to the next round. The Tunisians were surprised that there could be a team in Africa that can beat their team because they were sure Esperence was going to lose that game.

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  3. I have notice one thing in our so called pros’ which is: most of them play in teams that are not doing so well and when they play full time they in losing team. To be honest it sucks to read about our players play lower leagues, some thing has to done.

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  4. Well, Joe, they are just not that good hence the status of our national team, but anyway better than nothing ..something to build on and maybe provide incentive to the upcoming kids in some way..

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  5. Well, guys, its a real shame isnt it? The irony of it all, is that we still get some of these same players refusing to play for Mother Zambia unsettled allowances.As much as i sympathise with the fact that the boys need to be paid, playing international matches is the best platform from which they can be spotted by scouts. So they are literally shooting themselves in the foot by making few international appearances, and that is what relegates them to mediocre teams. And come on! why not play friendlies with stronger more worthy teams. Its ridiculous that we play so few friendlies,even when we can invite teams over. Match practise wins tournaments, and improves the quality and coordination between the players. Think back to the team of the early 90’s.

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  6. Over allowances: FAZ must sort things. They should be able to pay everyone and on time. We should nuture these players. Katongo and Mbesuma should carry Zambia’s hopes for 2010. They will be the seniors then and need to be nurtured to mature into leaders at the time we will need them most. African teams should actually be aiming at winning the world Cup not merely participating in it when its in their home continent!

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  7. Zambia has the pontential to win the African Cup of Nations.
    What has happened to the morale of our soccer players?
    Gone are the days when people would play for the love of soccer
    Currently people are only interested in filling up their
    pockets forgeting that it is because of their fathers,elder brother
    and uncles that they can today be able to kick a ball.
    Come on Zambians,come out of the closets and play the game that we know you can play,
    for the love of your mother land Zambia.
    I grew up in Zambia in the good old days of might mufulira wanderes,Kabwe warriors and The Rangers from Nchanga, BUT
    now i hear all these teams are not as good as they used to be in the 70’s and early 80′ why?
    Zambian Soccer fan in Namibia.
    Jimmy Lilungwe
    Office of the Auditor General
    Windhoek
    Namibia
    00264612858211(W)
    00264812808247(M

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  8. Any one with video Cassettes of Zambian soccer can please
    contact me at the below email address.Iam looking for
    the games of the KK 11 playing weith other teams during the 70’s and 80’s
    or any local teams for that matter.
    My email is as follows
    [email protected]
    or [email protected]
    Tel no 00264612858211 (w)
    00264812808247 (m)

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  9. Hi…. Greetings from Denmark!
    Just wanted to let you know that Chris Katongo made his Danish league-debut in blazing style this evening.
    Katongo made both goals in Brondbys 2-0 win…. Firmly securing him status as a new favorite among the home crowd!

    Best regards
    Jensen, Denmark

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