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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Chisamba joins Zambia camp

Sports Chisamba joins Zambia camp

Chisamba Lungu has joined the Zambia camp ahead of next weeks 2015 Africa Cup Group F qualifiers against Niger.

The midfielder from Russian club FC Ural joined his home-based counterparts in training at the teams Lusaka camp on Thursday.

Chisamba is also the first of the 12 foreign-based call-ups to join camp.

The rest of the foreign call-ups are due to join the team after their respective league commitments abroad this weekend.

Meanwhile, 13 out of the 17 home-based call ups were in training in Lusaka.

Missing was Fwayo Tembo who is away in Tanzania where he is trying to tie-up a deal with mainland champions Azam.

Also absent were three other players.

Nkana defender Christopher Munthali who was missing due to a family commitment, Napsa Stars’ Boyd Mkandawire has a bereavement while Red Arrows striker Patrick Ngoma is writing his Grade 12 exams.

Zambia are third in Group F with one point from two games played.

Honour Janza’s side visit bottom placed Niger, also on one point, on October 11 in Niamey before hosting the side from the Sahel on October 15 at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Chisamba is not matured,the chap likes playing for the cameras,he still needs time to mature.we need prayers who are ready to win us games not just playing for the seek of playing.

  2. Iwe habamec,prayers or players? Chisa nyama plays to the gallery agreed but I think its coz our consecutive coaches play in a wrong position hence the guy dribbling his bamba off trying to convince all and sundry that he is a playmaker and not a left back nor a winger,play that chap in the hole just behind the main striker and you will see matako ya njoka because he will be a marvel uka shusha awebe toloshi

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