Friday, June 21, 2024

Nkana Lose on Ngonga and Chambeshi’s Debut

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Nkana have lost 2-1 to Indeni at home in Kitwe to remain stuck in the FAZ Super Division relegation.

Newly appointed coach Beston Chambishi watched from the stands due to FAZ registration glitch.

Indeni took a 1-0 lead into the break thanks to defender Cephas Handavu’s 12th minute strike from close range.

New Nkana striker Alex Ng’onga missed a chance to equalise for Kalampa two minutes later when missing a penalty he won at Nkana Stadium.

Referee Audrick Nkole pointed to the spot after debutant Ng’onga was brought down in the Indeni box but his penalty kick was stopped by keeper Charles Lawu.

Fifteen minutes after the break, Indeni doubled the lead when Tika Chiluba beat Moses Mapulanga in a goal mouth scramble.

The Oil Men were heading for a 2-0 victory when Ng’onga reduced the deficit to 2-1 with a solo effort on 78 minutes.

Meanwhile, Indeni have completed a double over Nkana whon they stunned 2-0 in Ndola last December.

The win pushes Indeni to 30 points after playing 24 matches as Nkana remain second from the bottom with 21 points from 21 matches.
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4 COMMENTS

  1. Our Nkana is going down the drain. It’s not surprising though. We have an illiterate technical chairman who has no clue how modern football works. Can we please force this guy and bring in competent and educated people. He will be better off spending his time taking his medication.

  2. Our Nkana is going down the drain. It’s not surprising though. We have an illiterate technical chairman who has no clue how modern football works. Can we please fire this guy and bring in competent and educated people. He will be better off spending his time taking his medication.

  3. Just fire the technical chairman. That position cant be held by an illiterate and sickly person. The guy has no clue as to what the technical department should be doing. Bringing in spent forces to coach the team does not make sense.

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