-1 C
Alba Iulia
Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Zesco Utd to hold pre-season camp in Johannesburg

Sports Zesco Utd to hold pre-season camp in Johannesburg

Zesco United will hold a ten-day training camp in South Africa ahead of their 2015 CAF Champions League outing.

Club secretary Justin Mumba said the FAZ Super League champions will be in Johannesburg from January 15-25.

Zesco will begin pre-season training on January 4 in Mbala before heading to South Africa.

“The team will leave for Mbala on 4th January. Then the team will go into Johannesburg,” he said.

Zesco are returning to the Champions League for the first time since 2011.

The Ndola side will also participate in next month’s four-club international tournament to be hosted by TP Mazembe in Lubumbashi.

Other partcipants are Don Bosco of DR. Congo and South African club Mamelodi Sundowns.

“We will play in the four-team tournament which will start on 28th January,” Mumba said.

[Read 19 times, 1 reads today]


Comments are closed.

- Advertisement -

Latest News

Churches urge government to declare food crisis to unlock international help

Churches in Zambia have called on the government of the country to declare a food crisis to unlock international...

Africa Confidential reports that Construction of Kafue Gorge Lower hydropower station in limbo as China halts funding

The Construction of the $2bn Kafue Gorge Lower hydropower station, which was expected to start generating power this year, is stalled after Zesco failed...

Screen Chinese nationals in Zambia for the “mysterious” New Corona virus, UPND demands

The opposition UPND says it is concerned about the outbreak of a virus in China and its possible spread to Zambia. “We would like...

Lusaka Province Permanent Secretary Elias Kamanga sent packing

Lusaka Province Permanent Secretary Elias Kamanga has been placed on a 30 day forced leave. He was forced to vacate his office for incompetency and...

Zambia and Angola need to implement the signed agreements, not much has been done-President Lungu

President Edgar Lungu has said that there is a need for Zambia and Angola to actualize the signed agreements in an effort to cement...

More Articles In This Category

- Advertisement -
[Read 17 times, 1 reads today]