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Alba Iulia
Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Zambia heads to Namibia

Sports Zambia heads to Namibia

Coach Herve Renard has axed four players from the Zambia home-based squad that will play Namibia in Saturday’s away friendly in Windhoek.

Casualties from the team scheduled to leave for Namibia on Friday midday include Red Arrows
keeper Danny Munyau, Zesco United striker Kangwa Chileshe, Zanaco defender Salulani Phiri and his injured Sunset team mate Rodrick Kabwe.

Ahead of the Namibia friendly Renard has maintained faith in two goalkeepers Davy Kaumbwa of Green Buffaloes and Nchanga Rangers’ Rabson Mucheleng’anga.

The team entered camp in Lusaka on Monday.

After the friendly in Windhoek, the Frenchman will name the Chipolopolo squad for the June back to back 2014 Brazil World Cup qualifiers against Lesotho and Sudan.

The team is scheduled to enter camp on 28 May on the Copperbelt before the Lesotho match on 8 June and the Sudan encounter a week later.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Please Zambians behave yourselves in Namibia. Throw your litter in the bins. Windhoek is not Lusaka.

    • eh pologram… ni chipolopolo all the way.. we need a ka exam fever refresher, chipolopolo makez us proud

  2. BaLT, please, in times like these try to be encouraging to the young men that don’t make the cut to the national team. Find constructive and positive words to help them refocus their energies so that they may do better next time.
    If you guys wanted to be aggressively constructive in your reporting, start keeping a secure tally of these names with the view of asking these boys, the next time they are called to or dropped from camp, “What’s your game plan this time around, if at all you’ve a plan? Did the coach explain to you why you were dropped? If not, go ask him so you know what to improve on. Make them boys know that they can’t just keep on walking blindly into and out of the camps. Build that kind of culture in them and the entire system. I know you can do it. Make us proud.

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