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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Mbola and Kangwa in no-show

Sports Mbola and Kangwa in no-show

Defender Emmanuel Mbola and striker Evans Kangwa have left Zambia coach George Lwandamina in the dark over their availability to face Kenya.

The duo from Israeli club hapoel Ra’anana were no-show by Wednesday camp deadline for foreign-based players to turn up in Lusaka.

“That one will be dealt with administratively. That is not my area,” Lwandamina said.

“(But) so far so good the professionals have gelled in so well. Their fitness levels are OK which is good for the team.”

Meanwhile, midfielder Lubambo Musonda of Gandzasar FC in Armenia has arrived and part of training Wednesday following his arrival on Tuesday.

Lubambo’s arrival brings to ten the number of foreign-based call-ups in camp ahead of the Kenya clash this Sunday, September 6 in Nairobi


  1. Just allow them to join the team in Nairobi. Tel Aviv >dep 21:00 arr 06:00 inthere by thursday evening or Friday afternoon. Keep a watchful eye on Kenyan midfielder WANYAMA.

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