Faz say there has not been an outcome in their engagement wth Fifa over their Sudan case.

Friday was awash with rumours that Zambia were awarded three points by Fifa for Sudans use of an ineligible player Saif Ali in the two teams 2014 World Cup Group D qualifier on June 2 in Khartoum.

“We have been inundated by calls, emails and messages of all manner of sort regarding the decision of FIFA over the matter we referred to FIFA House regarding our June 2 qualifier in Khartoum. Contrary to many false reports and allegations circulating on a number of social media as well as some websites, Football House has not received communication of FIFA’s Disciplinary committee,” said FAZ communications officer Erick Mwanza.

“We therefore would like to advise members of the public to disregard these rumours and false reports spreading on many online publications. Once FIFA has reached a decision, we shall be informed of the outcome and subsequently, we shall issue relevant media and public pronouncements.”

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18 COMMENTS

  1. Let’s just continue preparing as though there was no possibility of such a bonus 3 points from the Sudan debacle.

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  2. tumfweko is always misleading pipo as usual  Bembas r  found in all,lying,stealing ,prostitution n …………,i cn go on n on sha

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  3. Wait a minute… was he recarded in a FIFA or CAF organised tournament? Do we have combined qualifiers? Somebody enlighten me please.

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  4. It must be Hakainde Hichilema spreading the rumour after his failed one on militias being trained in Sudan.
    The kid loves attention

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  5. Dont even follow up FIFA concerning amalilisho its embarrassing coming from champions of AFRICA, just withdraw the case before u get embarrased like SOUTH afica was on afcon qualification. Atase u are beaten then crying foul

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  6. #4 wabe imisu, ifishikumana fiwa. Have ever seen HH at your stadiums watching stiff players like Chris Katongo?

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  7.  FAZ communications officer Erick Mwanza is quick to answer baseless rumours but is mute when it comes to issues concerning transparency and accountability in his association! 

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  8. RUMOUR
    mooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooongering
    is a way of
    life for you
    zambians!

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  9. Muleke ma lomour!! Before you even prove, speedi pa fb kwati ni “on your marks.” Ba Tumfwako, can you be proffessional.

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  10. Under Regulations for Brazil 2014 article 14:3 : Protest regarding the eligibility of players nominated for matches in the preliminary matches shall be submitted to the match commisioner within 1 hour of the match in question and followed up immediately with a full written report, including a copy of the original protest. 14:8 if any of the formal conditions of a protest is not met, such protest shall be disregarded by the competent body.

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  11. Under Regulations for Brazil 2014 article 14:3 : Protest regarding the eligibility of players nominated for matches in the preliminary matches shall be submitted to the match commisioner within 1 hour of the match in question and followed up immediately with a full written report, including a copy of the original protest. 14:8 if any of the formal conditions of a protest is not met, such protest shall be disregarded by the competent body.

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  12. @nzungo – My fear exactly. Ba FAZ were sleeping at the wheel. Someone else did the homework for them but by then it was too late!

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  13. thanx ba faz we hope all is going to be fine coz people cant wait to hear the out come

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  14. ba faz hope you know how we zambian are we have less things to do thats why we find our self in things that dose not matters to us , we went to involve our self in any, just understand us coz we love soccer very mach but ba kaku it time to show your greatness this time for onece please thabo dumisani

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