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Alba Iulia
Saturday, January 18, 2020

Under-23 no-show Mukuka loses with Celtic

Zambia Under-23 no-show Mukuka Mulenga was on the losing side on Friday night in South Africa.

Mukuka was a mysterious no-show for the Zambia Under-23 teams trip to play Nigeria this Sunday in a 2015 All-Africa games final round, first leg qualifier.

The midfielder started for Bloemfontein Celtic in their 1-0 away loss to Ajax Cape Town in a last 16 tie of the 2014/2015 Nedbank Cup.

Mukuka was Celtic’s major culprit missing several chances reminiscent of his days at Power Dynamos.

He was substituted in the 81st minute.

The midfielder was one of two foreign-based players called up for the All-Africa Games qualifier together with striker Ronald Kampamba of Egyptian club Wadi Degla who has made the trip for this weekend’s qualifier in Abuja.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. He would have been on fire if he remained at Power Dynamos. The move was not well calculated.
    What reason is he giving for not reporting for national duty. He preferred Celtic than U23? Chairman for technical sub committee ( Mr Happy Munkondya ) must hear this.

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    • He was not obliged to play for Zambia as these All Africa games are not FIFA recognised. So just chill and leave the boy alone.

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  2. ZAM – Zambia Amateur Athletic Association

    To Jee Isram me

    CC Malek El Hebil

    Mar 10 2015

    Dear Jee,

    Thank you so much for copying us this communication, we are so grateful. We also wish to inform you that we briefed the new Minister of Youths & Sports about consequencies that may come as a result of these individuals who are not members but taking but taking the Association court.

    The Minister will call for a meeting tomorrow with the National Sports Council of Zambia. They also want some sort of communication from your high office stating that these individuals have been blacklisted for taking the Federation to court instead following the grivance procedure.

    We would be so grateful if we received this communication before the meeting tomorrow.

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    • ZAM – Zambia Amateur Athletic Association
      To
      Jee Isram me
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      Malek El Hebil
      Mar 10

      Dear Jee,

      Thank you so much for copying us this communication, we are so grateful. We also wish to inform you that we briefed the new Minister of Youths & Sports about consequencies that may come as a result of these individuals who are not members but taking but taking the Association court.

      The Minister will call for a meeting tomorrow with the National Sports Council of Zambia. They also want some sort of communication from your high office stating that these individuals have been blacklisted for taking the Federation to court instead following the grivance procedure.

      We would be so grateful if we received this communication before the meeting tomorrow.

      Davison

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