Highlights Barclay's Bank Cup 2016 Edition Quarter Final: Kabwe Soccer Youth Academy vs Nkana at Nkoloma stadium on Saturday, 17th September 2016.
Highlights Barclay’s Bank Cup 2016 Edition Quarter Final: Kabwe Soccer Youth Academy vs Nkana at Nkoloma stadium on Saturday, 17th September 2016.

The Nkana Supporters Trust has criticized the decision by FAZ to allow Zesco United and Zanaco play rescheduled matches after the Super Division season officially ends.

The league officially ends on December 3 with week 34 matches on the menu but Zesco United and Zanaco are set to play their respective rescheduled matches a week later.

On December 10, Zesco will face Lumwana Radiants away in Lumwana in a Week 18 match with Nkwazi hosting Zanaco in a Week 32 tie at Edwin Imboela Stadium.

Trust secretary Davies Kasengele believes FAZ should let Zesco and Zanaco play rescheduled matches before the league closes.

“It is very disappointing that FAZ wants to allow some teams to continue playing games after the league has ended,” Kasengele said.

Nkana and Zesco are fighting for second position on the table.

“The possibility of fixing games will be high. That will encourage match fixing.

“This is not fair play and it is unprecedented. We need order in the manner games are played,” he said.

FAZ SUPER DIVISION FIXTURES

*Wednesday, 30th November 2016*

15:00 Zesco United vs Napsa Stars – Levy Mwanawasa Stadium (Week 19)

15:00 Zanaco vs Lumwana Radiants – Sunset Stadium (Week 27)

15:00 Kabwe Warriors Vs Power Dynamos – Godfrey Chitalu Stadium (Week 32)

*Week 34 – Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th December 2016*

(Kick-off Times and Venues To Be Advised)

Lusaka Tigers vs Power Dynamos

Napsa Stars vs Lumwana Radiants

Kabwe Warriors vs Nchanga Rangers –

Zesco United vs Nakambala Leopards

Mufulira Blackpool vs Zanaco

Red Arrows vs Mufulira Wanderers

Green Eagles vs Lusaka Dynamos

Forest Rangers vs Nkana

*Saturday, 10th December 2016*

15:00 Lumwana Radiants vs Zesco United – Lumwana Ground (Week 18)

15:00 Nkwazi vs Zanaco – Edwin Imboela Stadium (Week 32)

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20 COMMENTS

  1. I totally agree with my fellow Nkana FC fans, it is highly unfair for faz to allow Zesco play their matches after the league has ended. This might encourage match fixing in our beautiful and honesty Zambian super league.

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  2. I totally agree with my fellow Nkana FC fans, it is highly unfair for faz to allow Zesco play their matches after the league has ended. This might encourage match fixing in our beautiful and honesty Zambian super league.

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  3. This is wrong, thanks Hon Kasengele for bringing up this matter, we need to protest. all last games must be played on same date and time. For the first time I guess we are having this situation.

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  4. Nkana fans you always complain. What do you want ZESCO to do, you want them to play all the games same day starting morning to end in the evening. Is it their faulty ? We all know that ZESCO were enganged in continental games.
    If you want you Nkana fans wait until ZESCO play all the rescheduled game and then play your last games at the sametime.
    Let me remind you,either they play reschedule game now or after. ZESCO will still be no 2.

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  5. yes this is wrong, last games must be played by all teams at the same time. FAZ must reconsider and allow ZANACO and ZESCO first clear the backlog then reschedule the last fixtures for all the teams.

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  6. We all should support this Nkhana supporters the league should end in the same week FAZ should have find the way to reschedule the games in hand that Zanaco and Zesco are having before this weekend

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  7. Last Games of the league should all be played at the same time on the same date to have transparency for those in relegation zone and top two teams get decided without any match fixing what’s wrong with u FAZ kanshi?

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  8. I would as well suggest Zesco play its games and remain with only one which all teams can play as a last game on the same day and same time to avoid Match fixing

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  9. Zambians are always bad decision makers. Is it that they have not watched any of the leagues apart from the Zambian league. This is simple. Wait until the backlog is done and play all games at the same time on a rescheduled date. This is why we needed people that have a know how on running football affairs. Should we be teaching these guys. Please be serious for once. This is not debatable.

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  10. They should reschedule the final games until zesco and zanaco clear the backlog. genuine complaint from nkana

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  11. i suggest that all leagues games esp for nkana , zesco and zanaco to be played on the same day, 10/12/2016

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  12. It is all wrong. They should not in the first place allowed Zesco to accumulate so many unplayed games. There is no where in the world where a team continues playing league games after the season is officially over. Poor planning from FAZ and a genuine complaint from Nkana FC

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  13. Let FAZ defer all the last games from the 3rd to the 10th of December 2016. Then the below games should come forward to the 3rd of December 2016.
    *Saturday, 3rd December 2016* instead of the 10th

    15:00 Lumwana Radiants vs Zesco United – Lumwana Ground (Week 18)

    15:00 Nkwazi vs Zanaco – Edwin Imboela Stadium (Week 32)

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    • These games can be played on the 7th of December instead of the 3rd
      Zesco United vs Nakambala Leopards

      Mufulira Blackpool vs Zanaco

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  14. we

    When we tell you that kamanga and his friends cannot run the football affairs of of this country,U think its hatred and called us names.it has never happened anywhere in the world were games are still being played when the season closes,it clearly shows lack of planning from Faz.

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  15. Why this situation in the first place? Isn’t this a professional league? Isn’t there a fixtures secretary who is paid to schedule fixtures taking into account all International fixtures? Hopeless FAZ

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