Acting Chipolopolo coach George Lwandamina has named a 23-man provisional squad for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Kenya scheduled for September 6 in Nairobi.

The squad comprises of local players mostly from the FAZ Super Division with the exception of leftback Solomon Sakala who plays for Division One South club Kabwe Warriors.

According to a statement FAZ released on Saturday afternoon, invited players are expected to report for residential camp at GoldenPeacock Hotel in Lusaka on August 16.

Meanwhile, Zambia must beat Kenya to revive their chances of qualifying
for the 2017 AFCON in Gabon.

Goalkeepers: Danny Munyao (Red Arrows), Jacob Banda (Zesco United), Toaster Nsabata (Zanaco)

Defenders: Buchizya Mfune (Green Buffaloes), Christopher Munthali (Power Dynamos), Boyd Mkandawire (Napsa Stars), Benedict Chepeshi (Red Arrows), Donashano Malama (Nkana), Kapota Kayawe (Nkana), Solomon Sakala (Kabwe Warriors)

Midfielders: Jack Chirwa (Green Buffaloes), Benson Sakala (Power Dynamos), Walter Bwalya (Nkana), Jacob Ngulube (Mufulira Wanderers), Paul Katema (Red Arrows), Kelvin Mubanga (Power Dynamos), Shadreck Malambo (Red Arrows), Bruce Musakanya (Red Arrows)

Strikers: Patson Daka (Power Dynamos), Winston Kalengo (Zesco United), Friday Samu (Green Buffaloes), Jackson Mwanza (Zesco United), Jimmy Ndhlovu (Nkana)

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10 COMMENTS

  1. BOB WILLIAMSOM the coach of harambe stars is seeking a revenge with Chipolopolo for denying the CRANES a chance to appear in AFCON 2013, so dont Joke with Kenyans, they will embarrass U

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  2. What we want are goals na kuwina.why leave out experienced players?our friends are serious..dont tell us u are building a team no…we want to ein ms games wth all th available plsyers tht can make us win not ati grooming youngstars awe..we want th winning ways bk.

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  3. Forgive me everyone but let me give the coach and technical committee of the Zambia national netball team a one ngwe advise. They did well to go to the World Cup championships and they played well in some gains. But they need to train the ladies to learn to score the with more than just one hand and also from a far too. Since netball is similar to basketball, they should train them to shoot from a far too. They should learn from other teams like Trinidad Tobago or New Zealand. They should review their plays and see how they waste the ball because they can’t score from a far. The ladies should also be told not to use too much ambi or the skin lightening creams. They look so artificial than all the other black players.

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  4. I know we can’t stop these women from lightening their skins but use in moderation is ok than the way these women are overusing it. Everyone can tell on TV that they’re using too much skin lightening creams. For improved playing and with Malawi and South Africa as good teams nearby, the players should be exposed to more friendly matches with these teams. Maybe, the team should also have a female assistant coach. They should seek sponsorship for some players like Jere, Bamda, Chingambo and Bwalya etc in British, New Zealand and Australian clubs. What do others who saw the matches think.

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  5. FAZ did not heed the advice to get a real coach to prepare the team for the Kenyan assignment.Now prepare to face the embarrassment in Kenya.Chipolopolo will not qualify for AFCON with Lwandamina at the helm.

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  6. plz ba Lwandamina pick some leaf not a leaf from the netball team that crushed out of glory in Australia. one the coach now admits he never did his job going by what the results. its not time to experiment but to gather goals in kenya plz twapapata twasebena sana

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