Dario Bonetti has called up six home-based players to the Zambia national team for the side 2012 Africa Cup Group C qualifier against Comoros Island.

Zambia will face the Comoros on September 4 at Nkoloma stadium in Lusaka in the two teams opening Group C match.

Three of the six players are all from Zesco United while power Dynamos have two and the remainder from Red Arrows.

Zesco defenders Billy Mwanza and  Nyambe Mulenga include their team mate and goalkeeper Jacob Banda are in the team.

Mwanza and Nyambe return to the team after featuring in Bonetti’s first match in charge in a friendly away to Uganda that finished 1-1 on August 11.

Also in the team is the Power duo of midfielders Simon Bwalya and Kennedy Mudenda while midfielder Jimmy Chisenga completes the six local players summoned by Bonetti for the game against Comoros.

The six will be joined by the 20-man team wholly comprising of foreign-based players named a week ago by Bonetti.

Missing will be striker Jacob Mulenga of FC Utrecht of Holland who has been ruled out of action for three weeks due to an hamstring injury.

The team goes into camp in Lusaka on Monday, August 30.

Group C comprises of Libya, Mozambique, Comoros and Zambia.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. “The six playerz are all from Zesco United while Power Dynamos have two and the remainder from Red Arrows.” What iz the meaning of this?

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  2. Slip of the eyez; “Three of the six playerz…..” The meaning iz straight forward.

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  3. NO.2 it says “Three of the six players are all from Zesco United while power Dynamos have two and the remainder from Red Arrows”
    is it the english that you cant read or what?

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  4. give this Italian defender enough time and space to do his job…evaluate later after seeeing the results.
    otherwise, he’s on a right track.

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  5. i am worried about the many players in our team that have NO clubs,in other countries if you dont play regular first team football you cant be picked for the National team.

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