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Alba Iulia
Monday, September 28, 2020

Zambia Police reach SARPCCO Games semis

Sports Zambia Police reach SARPCCO Games semis

The Zambia Police Football Team has stormed the quarterfinals of the ongoing Southern Africa Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (SARPCCO) Games in Namibia.

According to the results released by Nkwazi Football Club team manager Adrian Kashala, Zambia won all their three Group B matches.

In their first group match on Wednesday, Zambia beat Tanzania 2-1 thanks to a brace from Nkwazi skipper Musukuma Chipungu.

Quarter-final matches will start on Monday 26 August.

In other group matches, Zambia had beaten Angola 2-0 on Thursday and before silencing Lesotho with a similar scoreline.

5 COMMENTS

    • Yes good comment, its better they get fit from playing football than chasing around opposition supporters and Lyandangambos.

    • Awe iwe,they have taken the nkwazi football team and other countries are featuring social football players what do you expect?

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