Ex-Nkana striker Musole Sakulanda and former Power Dynamos and Zambia star Linos Makwaza’s sons’ have made the provisional Zambia U20 team team for next year’s hosting of the 2017 Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations.

Chrispin Sakulanda is on the books of Mufulira wanderers while Linos Makwaza Junior is at Power Dynamos.

Both players are midfielders and will be part of Beston Chambeshi’s team that reports to camp in Lusaka on Sunday.

Zambia enters camp to prepare for December’s outing at the 2016 Cosafa Under-20 Cup to be held in South Africa from December 7-17 in the North Western Province.

Zambia are in Group B at the Cosafa under-20 Cup and will play Zimbabwe and Malawi.

Meanwhile, Zambia will host the CAF Under-20 Cup from February 26 to March 12 and are in Group A where they will play Egypt, Guinea and Mali.

Team:

Goalkeepers: Mangani Banda (Zanaco), Tresford Mulenga (Kabwe Warriors), Samson Banda (Zesco United)

Defenders: Shemmy Mayembe (Zesco United), Boyd Mkandawire (Napsa Stars), Prosper Chilufya (Kafue Celic), Bonston Muchindu (Young Nkana), , Sydney Phiri (Gomes), Jonathan Daka (Lumwana Radiants), Solomon Sakala (Kabwe Warriors)

Midfielders: Linos Makwaza Jnr (Young Power Dynamos), Leonard Mulenga, Boyd Musonda (Both Zanaco), Enock Mwepu (Napsa Stars), Stephen Chulu (Kabwe Warriors), Chrispin Sakulanda (Mufulira Wanderers), Kenneth Kalunga (Ikast FS, Denmark)

Forwards: Patrick Ngoma (Red Arrows), Siame Musonda (Kafue Celtic), Obed Masumbuko (Lumwana Radiants), Fashion Sakala (Zanaco), Joseph Phiri (Red Arrows), Happy Nsofwa (Mufulira Police), Benson Chali (Forest Rangers), Paul Banda (Lusaka Dynamos)

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19 COMMENTS

  1. Haaa!!!!!!! Is Fashion Sakala from ZANACO an under 20?????????????????????? Plizzzzzzzzzzz!!!!!!

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  2. All the players choosen were not on merit…It is either they are connected to the coaches or FAZ officials….I cant see any player from Konkola Blades,Real Nakonde, Welding/Zesco Vic falls….I can see players that had connections with Manager Jere , Kawanu a FAZ member …..Total rubish with alot of cheats as the like of Fashion are older than Chrles Zulu, Muwowo ,Godfrey Ngwenya or Saith

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    • Comment:its a total mess boi and a recipe for being disqualified ,its either they have connections with faz or the coaches have interest in them ,tell me is patson daka below 20,Rubbish

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    • Comment:sakulanda was born in Zambia do not worry about his father’s citizenship. Charles musonda children are zambian by origin but are Belgian . sport has nothing to do with citizenship look at Congolese who are French do they look at that.

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  3. Comment:real nakonde is almost in the premier league and no player is making the national teams that’s real talent and no mean archievment to come this far

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  4. Comment: Truth is favouritism is very visible here but I’d loosely put it that every coach has his players in mind. Those who he thinks will help him attain victory. One zambia one nation. Go Zambia Zambia go!

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  5. Comment: very much true. The same applies to Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy with players like Edward Chimfwembe who were called last time have they finished already? How about Allan Kamwanga Junior, is he not under 20, I also feel that we need to even select from teams lower than Division one as some of them are good but reach premier League level when they are older and consequently end up reducing their ages to be selected. Go to teams like Chongwe United with quality players but school boys at the same time. players like Austin Chitambala. Remember how we did a deservice to Kalengo who only became exposed above 30 years. Do u think Zambia was going to benefit more from him then than now? Food for thought!

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  6. We should honour the Makwazas! From Dickson to son Linos to third generation linos Jr! Fantastic. I hope this new guy becomes an international. The Nkole family too. These guys at one time had four brothers in the national team. We should be calling stadia Nkole brostadium not levy mwanawasa. Let’s rename it to Makwaza stadium

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