Nchanga Rangers poor form continued on saturday when they lost 2-1 away to National Assembly on Saturday at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka.

The Chingola side arrived in Lusaka under a dark cloud following a pay dispute with speculation that they had not been paid for three months.

However, Assembly who also have issues of their own failed to take full advantage of an unmotivated Nchanga in this otherwise dull Week 8 game.

All three goals came after the hour mark when Fashion Sakala put Nchanga ahead in the 63rd minute.

The lead lasted just three minutes after Gift Lukwesa headed in the equaliser before Peter Mwangani fired in the winner in the 80th minute.

Elsewhere, Konkola Blades bounced back to winning ways after beating Green Eagles 2-1 away in Choma.

Eric Chomba and Happy Kaunda scored for Blades while Mwila Phiri netted eagles consolation.

At Edwin Emboela Stadium in Lusaka, Perry Mutapa picked up his second win after promoted Lusaka Dynamos beat bottom placed Nakambala Leopards 1-0 courtesy of a Thomas Kunda goal.

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  1. Meanwhile dogs in developed countries live better than MOST “god fearing” BLACK Africans!


    • Iyo kwena Uli chipumbu! What has this news article got to do with God? You are the chaps who have lost direction in diaspora, you have even started admiring the life of dogs. You need deliverance.


  2. ….its a shame that of all the clubs, NRFC gets on spotlight because of financial matters….. Nchanga should be the last club to present payments grievances…..on principle the chairman or team manager or both should resign………….KCM CEO must be ashamed of himself to allow such a grievance to persist and surface to the public……….
    …..When Nchanga lose it not only affect fans only but also the entire Nchanga mine workforce, dampening their morale eventually negatively affecting production….only if that can sink into the CEO’s forehead will he act swiftly and avoid recurrence of the same and similar situations…



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