Mufulira Wanderers have announced that they will be playing their home matches at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe after FAZ handed them a four-match home ban over crowd trouble.
FAZ penalised Mighty after its supporters poured Chibuku Shake Shake on the assitant referee during their home Division One North match against Nkwiza on 20 April.
FAZ has since awarded three points to Nkwiza who were leading 1-0 when Kalulushi referee Abiud Lungu abandoned the Week Five match at Central Sports Grounds in Mufulira.
Wanderers secretary Fernando Bwalya said Mighty will begin life at Nkana Stadium this Sunday when they face Chambishi in the Week Ten match.
“As you know we have been banned from playing in Mufulira so we will be using Nkana Stadium in Kitwe,” Bwalya revealed.
He added:”We are cautioning our fans against violence at Nkana Stadium but we want them to be coming in numbers.”
Struggling Wanderers lie fifth from the bottom of the table with seven points in nine matches.
Ba mighty sure chibuku pamutwe yakwa referee. Elyo mwapwafye..Kalusha can’t even help his former club. He pretends he played in South Africa and not mfulira
Great Kalu is looking after the national affairs of the game of soccer. How will other cubs look at him if he starts making donations to his former club…. Think and Think in a broader term.
Welcome home our brothers. We miss u. Imagine Nkana playing the likes of ZANACO, ZESCO, NAPSA…… Chabulanda sana. Feel at home.
Ha Ha Ha……………Wali fulungana
Something is terribly wrong at Mighty!! Banned again for crowd trouble. My heart bleeds for my team Mighty! Abena Milambo!! is it going to be possible for us to bounce back to the Super league with no win so far this season?
Mufulira Wanderers F.C.
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Full name Mufulira Wanderers Football Club
Abena Milambo (The people from Milambo)
Ground Shinde Stadium
Manager Israel Mwanza
League Zambian Division I (North)
Mufulira Wanderers are Zambia’s most successful football club and are based in the Copperbelt town of Mufulira. Popularly known as Mighty Mufulira Wanderers, the club has won 49 trophies and has also produced some of the country’s greatest players. The Wanderers are currently playing in the second tier of Zambian league football.
• 1 History
o 1.1 Early years: 1953–1959
o 1.2 Beginning of dominance: 1960-1969
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