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WEEKEND SCORECARD: Zambia’s 2019 U23 AFCON qualifier moved from June to September

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Zambia’s 2019 U23 AFCON final round qualifier has been rescheduling from June to September.

Zambia was due to host Congo-Brazzaville on June 5 in the first leg in Lusaka and travel to Pointe Noire for the last leg on June 9.

But CAF has decided to switch the final round qualifiers to September due to the 2019 AFCON that will run from June 21 to July 19 in Egypt.

The qualifier will be played during the September FIFA international match week that will run from September 2-10.

“Following communication by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) wishes to inform the football family that the Total U-23 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier between Zambia and Congo Brazzaville that was billed for June 5 will be played in September,” FAZ spokesperson Mwazi Chanda said.

“FAZ General Secretary Adrian Kashala said CAF had written to FAZ on the postponement of the qualifiers to September 5 and the Association has engaged the continental body on the possibility of hosting the home match on either August 31 or September 1.”

Winner of September’s date will qualify to the 2019 U23 AFCON that Egypt will host this November where the top three finishers will represent Africa at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.




Zesco United 3(Lazarus Kambole 29’34’, Enock Sabumukama 45′)-Red Arrows 2(James Chamanga 4′,Bruce Musakanya 41′)

Zanaco 2(Guily Manziba 11′, Souleymanou Moussa 14′)-Green Buffaloes 1(Diamond Chikwekwe 48′)

Kitwe United 1(John Mwewa 36′)-Lusaka Dynamos 1(Aubrey Funga 34′)

Nakambala Leopards 1(Junior Zulu 24′)-Prison Leopards 1(Patrick Kasongo 90’+1)

Kabwe Warriors 1(Jimmy Ndhlovu 25′)-Mufulira Wanderers 1(Kwame Attrum 13′)


Nkana 1(Shadreck Malambo 24′)-Nkwazi 1(Mathews Nkhowani 82′)

Napsa Stars 1(Collins Sikombe 48′)-Power Dynamos 1(Luka Chamanga 86′)

Circuit City 0-Green Eagles 1(Spencer Sautu 66′)

Lumwana Radiants 1(Jacob Phiri 55′)-FC MUZA 1(Emmanuel Manda 57′)

Forest Rangers 0-Buildcon 1(Isaac Shamujompa 90′)

TOP SCORERS 2018/2019

Laudit Mavugo (Napsa Stars):10

Austin Muwowo (Forest Rangers):9
Jesse Were (Zesco):9
Chris Mugalu(Lusaka Dynamos):9

Adams Zikiru(Forest Rangers):8
Tafadzwa Rusike(Zanaco):8
Rogers Kola(Zanaco):8

Bruce Musakanya(Red Arrows):6
Lazarus Kambole(Zesco):6
Emmanuel Chabula (Nkwazi):6

Simon Bwalya (Nkana):5
Tapson Kaseba(Green Eagles):5
Biston Banda (Circuit City):5
Chitiya Mususu (Zanaco):5
Fred Tshimenga(Nkana):5
Emmanuel Okutu (Kabwe Warriors):5

Emmanuel Manda (MUZA):4
Simon Mulenga (Nakambala):4
Amity Shemande (Green Eagles):4
Eric Choomba(Nkwazi):4
Jimmy Dzingai(Power):4
Kingsley Kangwa (Buildcon):4
Quadri Kola (Zesco):4

Junior Zulu(Nakambala):3
Jimmy Ndhlovu(Kabwe Warriors):3
Jacob Phiri (Lumwana):3
Kwame Attrum(Mufulira Wanderers):3
James Chamanga (Red Arrows):3
Paul Simpemba(Kabwe Warriors):3
Paul Katema(Red Arrows):3
Ronald Kampamba(Nkana):3
Kelvin Mubanga(Nkana):3
Tshite Mweshi(Prisons Leopards):3
Clement Mwape (Zesco):3
Martin Kayuwa (Power Dynamos):3
Moses Phiri (Buildcon):3
Ernest Mbewe (Zanaco):3
John Goma (Mufulira Wanderers):3
Holly Songwe (Kitwe United):3
Lameck Banda (Buildcon):3
George Simbayambaya(Red Arrows):3
Brian Chewe(Mufulira Wanderers):3
Dominic Chanda(Circuit City):3
Gozon Mutale (Lumwana):3
Rodgers Mukenge(Kitwe United):3
Emmanuel Habasimbi(Lusaka Dynamos):3

Guily Manziba (Zanaco):2
Diamond Chikwekwe(Green Buffaloes):2
Spencer Sautu (Green Eagles):2
Enock Sabumukama(Zesco):2
Souleymanou Moussa(Zanaco):2
Collins Sikombe(Napsa):2
Chanda Mushili (Buildcon):2
Kebson Kamanga (Nkwazi):2
John Sikaumbwe(Napsa Stars):2
Friday Samu(Green Buffaloes):2
Taonga Bwembya (Zanaco):2
Kennedy Musonda (Green Eagles):2
Hassan Khamis(Nkana):2
Andrew Tololwa(Red Arrows):2
Rahim Osumanu (Zesco):2
Lassa Kiala(Kitwe United):2
Stanley Nshimbi(Red Arrows):2
Heritier Nkonko (Kabwe Warriors):2
Moses Lolozi(Kitwe United):2*
Saviour Nkonkola (Prison Leopards):2
Christian Ntouba (Power Dynamos):2
Larry Bwalya(Power): 2
Romeric Petroipa(Zanaco):2
Eddie Sinyangwe(Green Buffaloes):2
Hope Katwishi(Kitwe United):2
Michael Mwenya (Green Eagles):2
Bornwell Mwape(Napsa Stars):2
Patrick Kasunga (Kabwe Warriors):2
Mande Badawa (Buildcon):2
Fahad Bayo(Buildcon):2
John Chingandu (Zesco):2

Shadreck Malambo (Nkana):1
John Mwewa(Kitwe United):1
Isaac Shamujompa (Buildcon):1
Luka Chamanga (Power Dynamos):1
Mathews Nkhowani(Nkwazi):1
Aubrey Funga (Lusaka Dynamos):1
Benson Sakala(Power Dynamos):1
Hendricks Somaeb (Lusaka Dynamos):1
Akakulubelwa Mwachiaba(Kabwe Warriors):1
Liya Landu(Prison Leopards):1
Felix Bulaya (Nakambala):1
Festus Mbewe (Nkana):1
Yanganile Tembo(FC MUZA):1
Benyamen Nenkavu(Buildcon):1
Aaron Kabwe (Napsa Stars):1
Logic Chingandu(Zesco): 1
Petrus Shitembi (Lusaka Dynamos):1
Robert Musonda(Green Buffaloes):1
Robin Siame(Napsa Stars):1
George Quarshie(Lumwana):1
Tardile Ilunga(Forest Rangers):1
Chabata Kabole(Nakambala):1
Jackson Chirwa(Green Buffaloes):1
Trust Gomezeni (Prison Leopards):1
Musonda Siame (Lumwana):1
Andrew Kwiliko (Lusaka Dynamos):1
Albert Ngosa (Circuit City)::1
Diego Apanene (Buildcon):1
John Soko (Power Dynamos):1
Luka Lungu (Napsa Stars):1
Patrick Ilongo (Forest):1
Humphrey Maseneko(Wanderers):1
Webster Muzaza(Forest):1
Chiyesu Sakafunya(Lumwana):1
Abdul Zakaria(Circuit City):1
Lameck Kafwaya(Power):1
Faustin Bakodila(Power):1
Paul Mwiya (Circuit City):1
Mandre Muleya(FC MUZA):1
Ocean Mushure(Lusaka Dynamos):1
Happy Kaunda (Green Buffaloes):1
Aubrey Funga(Lusaka Dynamos):1
Eleuter Mpepo (Buildcon):1
Biuma Kashito (Nakambala):1
Prince Mumba(Kabwe Warriors):1
Twiza Chaibela(Kabwe Warriors):1
Winston Kalengo(Zesco):1
Alex Ngonga (Power Dynamos):1
George Chaloba (Green Eagles):1
Mangani Phiri(Circuit City):1
Walter Bwalya(Nkana):1
Julius Situmbeko (Zanaco):1
Chilimba Moonga(Green Buffaloes):1
Ray Mutale (Green Eagles):1
Yvan Mballa(Forest Rangers):1
Douglas Muwowo(Forest Rangers):1
Osas Okoro (Buildcon):1
Ephraim Gikan(Buildcon):1
Chrispin Mulenga(Lumwana):1
Eric Yema(Napsa Stars):1
Lubinda Mundia(Red Arrows):1
Felix Nyaende(Zanaco):1
Collins Mulenga (Green Eagles):1
Peter Banda (Zanaco):1
Chitoshi Chiinga(Circuit City):1
Francis Simwanza (Red Arrows):1
Musonda Kapembwa (Lumwana):1
John Kaiku (Lumwana):1
Victor Mubanga (Lumwana):1
Mathews Macha(Mufulira Wanderers):1
Portipher Zulu (Nakambala):1
Frank Banini (Prisons Leopards):1
Kapota Kayawe(Kitwe United):1*
Field Kandela (Kabwe Warriors):1*
Victor Mubanga (Lumwana):1
Alfred Okoyi (Prison Leopards):1
Marcel Kalonda (Zesco):1
Mike Katiba (Green Buffaloes):1
Marvin Jere(Lusaka Dynamos):1
Augustine Maozeka(Circuit City):1
Laurent Muma(Forest Rangers):1
Lazarus Phiri (Green Eagles):1
Elvis Bissong(Red Arrows):1*
Tandi Mwape (Kabwe Warriors):1
*Denotes own-goal

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  1. Very few goal getters from Green Buffaloes football club. The team must work extra hard in their two remaining games or else they will play division one football next season. Buffaloes dilemma is failure to score goals. “Bola Ni zigoli” the saying goes. Sharpen your front line because in ten scoring chances you only score one. The front line is blunt. Therefore no matter how good you play you end up losing. Remember all the teams below you in stream “A” can overtake you if they win their remaining two matches. This means you cab easily get demoted to the lower ranks. See how Mufulira wonderers held Kabwe warriors on Sunday. Your last two games are very crucial. A question is why has your old tradition of identifying new talent died. You have no choice but look for players who can…

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