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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Sate Sate Kampamba gets Zambia recall

Sports Sate Sate Kampamba gets Zambia recall

Nkana striker Ronald Kampamba has been recalled to the Zambia national team.

Kampamba returns to the Zambia setup for the first time since the teams’ opening 2017 Africa Cup Group E qualifier against Guinea Bissau that ended 0-0 in Ndola on June 13, 2015.

He replaces injured Zesco United striker Jackson Mwanza and is part of the 24-home based players who are hoping to make the cut for the November 12 away date against Cameroon in a 2018 FIFA World Cup Group B qualifier in Limbe.

The Nkana strikers’ inclusion has also been necessitated after Zesco withdrew four out of the defending FAZ Super Division champions eight call-ups for Wedson Nyirenda’s weekly domestic players training camp that began last week.

Also withdrawn from the list to concentrate on Zesco’s 2016 FAZ Super Division title defence are midfielder’s Clatus Chama and Mwape Mwelwa including striker John Chingandu.

Goalkeeper Jacob Banda, defender Simon Silwimba, midfielders Kondwani Mtonga and Misheck Chaila will report back to Zambia camp on Sunday in Lusaka.

Other players that have replaced the Zesco quartet are Power Dynamos striker Patson Daka, his club mate Kelvin Mubanga and veteran Isaac Chansa from Zanaco.


  1. Wada, are you building the zambian soccer team surely? you should also look at some players ages. This is world cup were you should try to play young one rather than old players. Wawa, in future , zambia will not have a good team as you have much depend on old players, walk around zambia and sport the young players from village schools, you soon prove to be a failed coach.

  2. this shows how poor the quality of the national team is. Kampamba has just been offloaded by an Egyptian club, but he makes it to the national team. let us stop wasting money on football, there are other areas of our lives that could do better with such resources

  3. Comment:Late Alex computer Chola,Late Samuel Zoom Ndhlovu,Late Ashos Jordan Melu,Late Godfrey Ucar Chitalu were not experimenting,but it is not very far.These were local coaches we had why not calling Kennedy Mudenda of Power Dynamos,Claude Bwalya of Green Eagles? We dont want to loose the November game.I wish if they loose or a draw not to be paid sothat those monies we buy medicines in Hospitals

  4. Why is the top striker in the league Walter Bwalya missing from the squad? Kanshi criteria for selection of strikers ninshi if not goals? Mulesenda ama blank mwashya ama bullets

  5. I find no reason why Kampamba finds himself in the team when he is failing to score at Nkana. This striker is not a fighter on the ball, there are people like Kangwa who can bulldoze defense because they can run with the ball with confidence. You are missing a midfielder who is agggressive, the like of Katongo Brothers as we mentioned earlie then jell them with news ones to help them know how to man midfield. You lose this one game Dada wakwithu, people will not forgive you. Rethinking!

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