Ex-Zambia national team manager Solly Pandor has died.

Sources confirmed that the long-serving team manager died in Lusaka on Wednesday morning.

Pandor was team manager for over seven after the 1993 Gabon air crash and again from 2002 to 2010.

He will be put to rest in accordance with Islamic burial rites today in Lusaka.

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  1. Very sad and shocking. An extremely simple man and very principled. He will be missed by all. MHSRIEP.

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  2. Very committed patriotic Zambian.
    But ba LT very scant information in your story. Don’t you need to import journalists?

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  3. We’ll always treasure contribution to the development of our beloved game. MYSRIP Mr Pandor…..

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  4. I hope this shop in Cairo Road will not close – I used to get my quality shirts from there.

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  5. Rest in Peace Solly. You did well for the country. Your death reminds us of the gallant KK 11, and another great Zambian Mr. Dennis Liwewe. I am actually suggesting that the grand stand at hero’s stadium ( independence stadium as we knew it) should be renamed Dennis Liwewe Stand.

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    • Why just Grand Stand? The whole stadium should have been named after him. I mean if mad men like late Sata or useless drunkards EL can have toilets named after them WHY cant gallant people like Liwewe be recongnised?

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  6. This platform is for us to share how we feel, no need to be sarcastic or name calling, let those that ve gone before us be well remembered, and give respect to EL and MS.

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  7. May God Jehovah give the family solace and comfort, in their pain may they find a shelter and comforter in him. God will see u people thru

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  8. I am so sad to hear about Solly Pandor’s death. He was a very good friend and competent manager for the National team while I was involved, and we builded up a close relationship which lasted up to this day.
    Please accept my condolences.
    Roald Poulsen

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