The Zambia national has landed back home after their disappointing 2015 Africa Cup campaign.

Zambia arrived on Thursday afternoon from Equatorial Guinea via Addis Ababa.

The team exited the 2015 tournament after finishing bottom of Group B with two points.

Zambia was met at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka by deputy director of Sports Gibson Muyaule and National Sports Council of Zambia chairperson Mwamba Kalenga.

“You are welcome back though we as a country would have loved you to go beyond the group stage,” Muyaule said.

Zambia finished bottom of Group B after failing to win a single game with two points from three games.

[Read 19 times, 1 reads today]
Loading...

26 COMMENTS

    • Welcome back boys. We experienced the same back here in Zambia. We also LOST elections. This year is not meant for Zambia to success in anyway.

      0

      0
    • Tell them to arrive LATE IN THE NIGHT OR EARLY HOURS OF THE MORNING WHEN THEY RETURN AS A “BUNCH OF LOSERS”!!!!

      0

      0
    • Non, i prefer Janza to Kalu, Kalu has failed to Lead Faz then u think Faz can lead to lead the boys?, non,

      0

      0
    • Kikikikikikikkkkiiiiikkii @ Jay Jay, yes I remember that, you kept telling us. And we used to respond by saying “ikala fye, chikhala..” or “…bushe Kalu slept with your girlfriend” etc etc etc.
      Fwe bantu tatumfwa fye mweee.

      0

      0
  1. Just like every well meaning Zambian, I would have loved the team to have progressed farther at the tournament. But all in all, we have a good team for the future. Not all is lost. Those screaming for Janza’s head are a little over zealous. This is not the first time we exited at the group stage. Don’t forget the times we exited after conceding 8 – 10 goals in just three games. This time around we exited with our pride intact, I would say. Let’s be objective countrymen.
    And welcome back boys!

    0

    0
    • Over zealous? When we are talking about ex champions?Stop speaking nonsense. This is one of the worst performances by Zambia especially for the fact that they are former champions. You cant start patting them on the back for such miserable failures. The times when we sent teams to Afcon to make up the numbers is way over. As ex champions we should be reaching every semifinal not first round. For most Zedians football is a religion. It what gives us consolation when our political parties flop or our bosses slave drive us

      0

      0
  2. Welcome back our beloved players, you did your level best, playing without a coach! The time there will be a coach a right team will be assembled, players will not be misplaced on the pitch, right substitutions at the right time and we shall win the cup again and celebrate nakabili.

    0

    0
  3. ok let them now go and bury that innocent teacher who died from ‘chipolopolo shocking afcon images’

    0

    0
  4. In 2013 they failed to defend the cup and exited the tournament in the group stages with three points. In 2015 the team has failed yet again to go beyond the group stages and only managed two points. Did I read some smart alec’s comment that the team did well? Oh please! This bunch of losers – the team, the coach, the FAZ president( I learn he is an absentee president) – do not deserve any kind words.

    0

    0
  5. IF HH FAILED WHAT GOOD DID YOU EXPECT FROM JANZA. ………….OUR FRIENDS ARE PERPETUAL FAILURE. LET HIM TRY IN 2017 AS HIS BROTHER IS ALSO HOPING TO TRY IN 2016

    0

    0
  6. remembering of the old good football from GBFC with the likes of Spinks,Milton Muke,Jack Simbule,Robert Lutoba,Kampela Katumba,Francis Kajiya,Jani Simulambo,Obby Kapita an Pele Kaimana

    0

    0
  7. Again like always the blame falls on the players. Shall we talk about a few things people deliberately forgot to mention. The administration of the team is very poor to say the least. It’s unacceptable that FAZ is unable to plan for the team in a very civilized manner. How do they fly in a team into a country for a tournament a few hours before the tournament starts? And we accept that as funs. Are they doing it on purpose to save on hotel bills? Whatever happened to flying the team in early to let them acclimatize? This is 2015. The excuse of having flight connection problems is an outdated excuse.
    This tournament is held at the same time every year so planning should be easy.
    Another is let’s look at what kind of players most countries had. Algeria for instance, had 75% of the…

    0

    0
  8. born in Europe. Same for Tunisia and E. Guinea. A bland of players brings some better quality play. I believe it’s time to look into dual citizenship. There’s a big group of young players with Zambian blood that will be ripe in the next 5 to 10 years. Let’s not reign our reputation of Zambia being a football power house by not jumping on this wagon. I believe in exposing our Zambian coaches by attaching them for good clubs. Food for thought.

    0

    0

Comments are closed.