Moses Sichone is Zambia Assistant Coach


Moses Sichone has returned to the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ), this time as Chipolopolo assistant coach.

The ex-Chipolopolo defensive midfielder returns to FAZ after previously serving as Technical Director from 2017 to 2018.

“The idea is to also have a Zambian trainer to learn from the expatriate coaches so that we can also empower local trainers with experience,” FAZ President Adrian Kashala said.

Sichone has since joined Chipolopolo head coach Aljosa Asanovic’s bench in Ghana.

Zambia are in Accra were Chipolopolo have set up a week-long training camp in transit to Abidjan ahead of their June 3 date against Cote d’Ivoire in Yamoussoukro in a 2023 AFCON Group H fixture.


  1. What is it that you OWE sichone? It is just not making sense at all. We have better candidates who know zambian footballers better than him. Even perry mutapa can do better.

  2. One Zambia One Nation. I feel it is still befitting to have one ex- Zambian Chipolopolo behind the coach who needs help too. In Zambia, experience and better candidates has always disappointed us all the time. Look at what has been happening since the entry of ba Kamanga in FAZ office. Experience of coaches has not helped, meaning anyone can regardless. It is sad. Let’s pray for Chipolopolo do well

  3. It is wrong to call Moses Sichone as local coach. And those “foreign” coaches are the ones to learn from Sichone about Zambian players .
    Just say Zambian coach.

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