Egypt based striker Ronald “Sate Sate” Kampamba has joined the Zambia Under-23 squad that has camped in Lusaka ahead of Saturday’s must win 2015 CAF Championship qualifier against Ivory Coast.

Kampamba of Wadi Degla on Tuesday morning could not report to the Under-23 camp despite being in Kitwe.

He joined camp on Tuesday after mid-day and was part of the afternoon training at Heroes National Stadium.

FAZ spokesperson Nkweto Tembwe said all the players summoned for camp have reported except Israel based defender Emmanuel Mbola.

“Kampamba is in and was part of training this afternoon at Heroes Stadium.All players are in and only Mbola is being awaited,” Tembwe said.

Zambia hosts Ivory Coast in the return leg of the CAF Championship qualifiers at Nkoloma Stadium after a goalless draw in the first leg in Abidjan.

The winner of Saturday’s match qualifies for the CAF Under-23 championship finals in Senegal where the top three finishers will advance to the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.

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  1. The physical trainer should make a customized plan for Sate Sate and teach how to run like a man, not like a girl. I think he likes watching the Under 20 girls too much!!
    Sate Sate should run like Mayuka, Jacob or Harry Milanzi…


  2. Must win game! Good it’ll be played at Nkoloma where it’s more compact and intimidatory to opponents- no need for them to play in the ‘comfort’ of the Heroes’ stadium



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