Newly appointed Zambia national football team coach George Lwandamina’s prowess comes under test this Saturday when the Chipolopolo boys take on Guinea Bissau in the opening match of the Gabon 2017 Africa cup qualifier.
Lwandamina took over the Chipolopolo coaching job on Monday following the Football Association of Zambia’s (FAZ) decision to relocate former coach Honour Janza to the technical directorate at Football House.
Zambia, who are in group E alongside Kenya and Congo, take on Guinea Bissau this Saturday at the Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola stating at 15 hours.
And FAZ communications officer Nkweto Tembwe has announced that tickets for the VIP stand have been pegged at K300.
Tembwe said the Lower West deck has been pegged at 250, the Upper West deck at K100, the Lower East deck at K30 while the rest of the stadium has been put at K25.
He however said VIP tickets will only be sold at Football House in Lusaka while the rest of the tickets will be sold in Post Offices in Kabwe and the Copperbelt Provinces.