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Monday, June 1, 2020

FAZ Super Division first half heatseeker’s and fizzler’s

Sports FAZ Super Division first half heatseeker's and fizzler's

Lusaka Times Sports picks out some of the hits and misses of the first half of the 2015 FAZ Super Division season.

FLOPS
-Brian Ambungeni:
The Mufulira Wanderers striker scored 12 goals to help Mighty back to the FAZ Super Division this season.

However the big striker has only found the net twice so far this season with ten games left before the end of the 2015 campaign.

-Chellah Siame: The striker scored 11 goals to help Dynamos back to the Super Division but the 21-year-old has yet to find the target this season.

WINNERS

-Conlyde Luchanga: The teenage striker has stolen Siame’s thunder after scoring six goals and counting.

At 18, he is a refreshing face of a cluster of wannabes we have been forced-feed so far over the last year-and -a-half.

Luchanga has instead let his daily bread do the talking and is prospect for the 2015 young player of the year.

COMEBACK KID

-Satchmo Chakawa

The Green Eagles goalkeeper returned to action in June following a seven-month layoff after rupturing his spleen in a car accident in December en route to Zambia’s pre-2105 Africa Cup training camp.

The goalkeeper has not disappointed in his first five games back with four clean sheets to help Eagles move from 13th to 8th prior his clubs’ 2-1 home win over Mufulira Wanderers in a Week 20 fixture last Saturday.

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