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Alba Iulia
Saturday, January 18, 2020

Chipolopolo beat eSwatini in 2020 CHAN qualifier

Chipolopolo on Sunday moved one foot closer to 2020 CHAN qualification after beating hosts eSwatini in their final round, first leg qualifier in Manzini.

Aggrey Chiyangi’s side beat eSwatini 1-0 to collect their first away win the qualifiers after drawing 0-0 away to Botswana in the last round in July.

Green Eagles midfielder Amity Shamende scored the game’s only goal in the 84th minute.

The final leg is scheduled for October 19 at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola where a draw will suffice to see Chipolopolo through to January’s CHAN finals in Cameroon.

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    • Emmanuel Mulenga and Andrew Kamanga can you please give Aggrey Chiyangi the job, the man has proved that he can do the job what are you waiting for. Learn to respect your brothers 2019 AFCON finalists used the local coaches and results are there for all to see. We do not want another muzungu because not all our players speake good English but they are skilful , we are watching you guys.


  1. nothing to celebrate ABOUT, IS Eswatini a country to compete with in soccer? They dont know ball so Zambia shoudnt be big headed infact beating them 1-0 is as good as saying u lost


  2. while we celebrate over little eswetini we should not be complacent thinking the game is over.eswetini is a small country in soccer.Infact they put up a gallant fight.For now we still need an expatriate coach.


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