Bafana Bafana 31-man squad for FIFA Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifiers announced by coach Hugo Broos today.

Ronwen Williams (SuperSport United)
Veli Mothwa (AmaZulu FC)
Bruce Bvuma (Kaizer Chiefs FC)
Sifiso Mlungwana (Golden Arrows)

Sydney Mobbie (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Rushine De Reuck (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Thapelo Morena (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Siyanda Xulu (Haopel Tel Aviv FC, Israel)
Thibang Phete (Os Belenenses, Portugal)
Thabani Dube (Kaizer Chiefs)
Njabulo Ngcobo (Kaizer Chiefs)
Mosa Lebusa (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Sibusiso Mabiliso (Kaizer Chiefs)
Innocent Maela (Orlando Pirates)

Kobamelo Kodisang (FC Braga B, Portugal)
Sipho Mbule (SuperSport United)
Teboho Mokoena (SuperSport United)
Mothobi Mvala (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Sphelele Mkhulise (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Sphephelo Sithole (Os Belenenses FC, Portugal)
Njabulo Blom (Kaizer Chiefs)
Ethan Brooks (TS Galaxy)
Yusuf Maart (Sekhukhune United)
Siyethemba Sithebe (AmaZulu FC)

Thabiso Kutumela (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Bongokuhle Hlongwane (Maritzburg United)
Gift Links (Aarhus GF, Denmark)
Evidence Makgopa (Baroka FC)
Victor Letsoala (Bloem Celtic / Royal AM)
Percy Tau (Brighton and Hove Albion)
Luther Singh (FC Copenhagen, Denmark)


England based Zambian stars , Patson Daka and Enock Mwepu have sent best-wish messeges to their newly Elected republican President Hakainde Hichilema.

The Leicester city fc red-hot striker Daka wished his new president wisdom ,grace and knowledge to rule Zambia.

Meanwhile, the Brighton and Hove Albion fc Midfielder Mwepu reminded the newly elected President that people saw it right to vote for him so that he can rule with love and peace.

Zambia went to the polls on Thursday last week in which business tycoon Hakainde Hichilema won with a majority vote to become the Country’s 7th president.


WATCH: Leicester city fan composes Stadium chant for Daka

A Leicester city fan Rose Howard has gone all out putting lyrics together to compose a stadium chant for Zambian striker Patson Daka.

Howard tweeted after Daka made an impressive impact in Leicester city ‘s 1-0 win against Manchester city in the Community shield after coming in as a second half Substitute .

The song has since gone viral on social media especially among Leicester city fans who were seen last night chanting after the game.

Other Leicester city fans have also recreated the vidoe on TikTok as they continue to celebrate their new signing.

Daka joined Leicester city on a record £23m deal from RB Salzburg and has already played three games for the foxes in which he has scored once and assisted twice.

Leicester fans are excited and looking forward to seeing him play in the English premier league.

Should Beston Chambeshi re-group Zambia’s 2017 U-20 afcon team?

New Zambia national team interim coach Beston Chambeshi says he is ready to lead the Zambia national team in the forthcoming September world cup qualifiers.

Beston Chambeshi live on Zambia’s Spring Tv news.

Speaking to spring tv, Chambeshi said he is looking forward to the new challenge with the national team and that expectations from Zambians are high.

Chambeshi who is also the current Nkana FC coach was appointed by the football association of Zambia as interim coach and will be assisted by Numba Mumamba following the termination Serbian coach Milutin Sredojevic’s contract who has since been re-appointed Ugandan Coach.

Chambeshi also told Spring Tv that he has no problem being national team coach as well as club coach at the same time and that Nkana will have to find someone to take charge of the club in his three months absence.

The quick silver as he is fondly known , led the Zambia u-20 to Afcon victory in 2017 and reached the quater finals of the juniour FIFA world cup.

However many have been wondering what his senior chipolopolo squad will look like especially that majority of the players he used to win the under 20 Africa cup are all doing fine with the clubs.

Some of the players that were part of Chambeshi’s U-20 squad have grown to be ZAMBIA’S super stars and dependable figures in the National team.

Patson Daka

Patson Daka is one of the players that made Chambeshi’s U-20 afcon winning squad. The 23-year-old has now grown into a super star after impressing in the Austrian league were he emerged top scorer and got signed by English premier league side LEICESTER city.

Enock Mwepu

Enock Mwepu is another student for Chambeshi who was also part of the 2017 squad that won the U-20 Afcon. Mwepu like Daka impressed in the Austrian league with Red bull Salzburg and he has now joined Brighton and Hove Albion fc. He is set to debut in the in the premier league this season .

Fashion Sakala

Fashion Sakala was the star in Chambeshi’s U-20squad. He has grown to be a dependable figure in the Zambia national team.

Sakala impressed in the Belgian league last season with Kv Oostende and got scouted by Steven Gerrald who has since signed him and he is already up and running with Rangers FC.

Emmunuel Banda

Another key member in Chambeshi’s afcon U-20 winning squad  Djurgårdens IF.

His partnership with Enock Mwepu in the Midfield was lethal and had their opponents wowed.

Edward Chilufya

Edward Chilufya was another youngster that made headlines at the u-20 Afcon and world cup.

He is also playing for swedish club  Djurgårdens IF as a winger, banging goals week in week out with reports indicating that French clubs are interested to sign him.

Chambeshi is this week set to announce his provisional squad for the world cup qualifiers set to kick off in September.

“Sakala was made in Zambia not Moscow”-Zambian journalist reacts

Zambian journalist reacted to FC Spartak Moscow’s tweet that Fashion Sakala was made in Moscow.

Calvin a Zambian sports journalist replied FC Spartak Moscow in a thread on the Rangers FC handle which led to many reactions from fans agreeing with him.

Sakala played for FC Spartak Moscow team B in 2017 after they signed him from Zanaco fc following a fantastic campaign at the under-20 FIFA world cup.

He scored 10 goals + 2 assists in 35 appearances for the team-B side

The rapid Zambian forward was later sold in 2018 to Belgium club Kv Oostende where he thrived and scored 31 goals in 102 appearances.

He started his career in the rural areas of Zambia’s Eastern province before he finally made it to the top tier league in Zambia.

Sakala played for Zambian super league club Nchanga rangers before he was signed by giants Zanaco fc at the age of 17.

He is now on his way to become a super star in Europe after such a rough journey in his career.

The 24 -year old scored his debut goal for Rangers FC to become the first Zambian to score against a top five club from the Spanish la liga.

He has now scored one goal in two appearances for the light blue Scottish champions and already gotten fans at ibrox excited to see him play when the new season resumes.

10 Records Barbra Banda Has Broken, Set And Equalled At The Olympics

21 year old Zambian striker Barbra Banda has hit the ground running for her country in their maiden Olympics appearance. An underwelming team effort has not stopped the Shangai Shengli forward from firing the back of the net at an unprecedented rate.

She has netted 6 goals in only 2 outings those being a pair of hat tricks in a 10-3 defeat to Nerthelands on Wednesday and in a eight goal stalemate against China on Saturday.

The Shepolopolo captain has set multiple records at the Olympics tournament already. We take a look at ten of those women’s records.

With her 6th goal she equalled a record set by Canadian striker Christine Sinclair during the 2012 Olympics. A record she eventually also shares with fellow Golden Boot contender Mediema.

Barbra Banda became the first woman to score two consecutive hat tricks in Olympics history.

Her second goal against China beat Mercy Akide’s all time record of four Olympics goals by an African woman as the Zambian now comfortably stands at six.

Her pair of trebles put her up there with Brazilian legend Cristiane as the only players to score multiple hat tricks in the tournament’s history. With the Brazilian having scored them in two different editions.

Be it the World Cup or Olympics, the industrious forward has now scored the most goals [6] in a FIFA organised tournament by an African woman beating the two [2] goals scored by Mercy Akide in both the 2000 and 2004 Olympics and the three [3] goals scored by Nkiru Okasieme and Gaëlle Enganamouit in the 1999 and 2015 World Cups respectively.

The talismanic forward is also the only player in the tournament’s history to score two hat tricks in a single campaign.

Barbra Banda became the first Zambian player to score a goal at the Olympics. A goal her home country will never forget.

At 21 years, 126 days, the forward became to youngest player to score more than five goals beating the record of World Cup great Marta who netted her sixth Olympic goal against Germany in 2008 at 22 years, 212 days.

Despite an embarrassing defeat to Nerthelands, her three goal effort was the first ever by an African woman in the Olympics.

Barbra Banda also equalled the record of the most goals scored by a player in a lost match which was held by Christine Sinclair against the USA in 2012.

A plethora of records for the African great Barbra Banda as she continues to hoist the continent’s flag and create her own legacy as one the greatest African players in women’s football.

However, the hopes of her country and Africa’s only representative Zambia hang on a thread as they need to beat an in-form Brazil by a huge score line to stand any chance of progressing to the knockouts.

Can Barbara Banda lead copper queens to first Olympic win?

All eyes will be on history maker Barbara Banda who on Wednesday become Africa’s first female to score a hatrick at the Olympic games in history when Zambia will be seeking for their first ever victory in women’s football at the multi-sports event.

The copper queens who are AFRICA’S sole representatives at the 2020 Olympics will this Saturday take to the pitch again in another Group-F encounter against China.

They suffered a massive defeat in their first match against Netherlands who thrashed them 10 goals to 3 to set the record of the highest scoring game ever in the history of the Olympics.

But they will be looking to redeem themselves when they meet China who are also yet yo record a win at the 2020 Olympics.

China suffered a 5-0 defeat when they were beaten by Brazil in their opening match.

Six times FIFA women’s player of the year award winner found the back of the net twice in the match which exposed China’s porous defense.

However, the Zambian defense is equally porous and it will maybe a 50/50 state of affairs for both the Chinese girls and the copper queens who will go head to head on Saturday to seek their first win at the Olympics.

It may again rain goals for the unstoppable Barbara who looks too lethal for defenders to handle at the Olympics.

Going by her last performance, it may just be a question of ‘how many girls will she score?’ and not ‘Will she score?, For she has proven beyond reasonable doubt that she is a thorn in the flesh of defenders.



Zimbabwe or England? Should REISS NELSON consider Africa ?

Arsenal football club star Reiss Nelson who was born in Elephant and Cast , London to a Zimbabwean father and English mother has been tipped to switch his international allegiance to Zimbabwe by multiple fans including fellow players like Wigan Athletic fc defender Tendayi Darikwa who also switched from England to Zimbabwe.

Earlier this year, the Zimbabwean FA said they have opened their doors for all the European born players with Zimbabwean origins to join the Africa cup bound warriors.

Zimbabwe who qualified to next year’s Cameroon Africa cup of nations are looking to go beyond the group stages at the tournament for the first time.

The 21-year old has struggled for game time as he only made less than five premier league appearances last season for the gunners and stands a slim chance in the three lions squad.

He represented England at all youth levels from U16 to U21 which makes him eligible to play for the warriors of Zimbabwe.

Zimbabweans have remained hopeful that he will switch his international allegiance soon before next year’s Afcon kick off in order to boost their squad that has struggled to make it through to the quater finals in the past two edition of the cup of nations.

Micho sacked| Who is Chipolopolo’s next coach ?

Serbian gaffer Mulitin Sredojevic alas MICHO has parted ways with the football association of Zambia on Mutual agreement after recording a series of loses in his last six matches with the Chipolopolo boys.

Micho was hired by the football association of Zambia-FAZ in February 2020 on a two years contract to help the out-of-form chipolopolo redeem their form and qualify to the Africa cup of nations which they later didn’t achieve making it three in a row to fail to qualify to the Afcon finals.

His other task was is to assemble a team that will qualify Zambia to their first ever FIFA world cup.

After failing to qualify the chipolopolo boys to Afcon , Micho told the Zambian media that he needed enough time and that had he started the qualifiers with Zambia they would have qualified.

He was in charge of four out of six of Zambia’s Afcon qualifier matches were he recorded two wins, one lose and one draw securing a total of 7-points out of a possible 12-points which saw the chipolopolo finish third below Zimbabwe and group leaders Algeria who qualified to the next year’s Afcon.

He received praise for his quick impact on the chipolopolo that had struggled in their first two Afcon qualifier matches away to Algeria where they were thrashed 5-0 and at home to their neighbouring rivals Zimbabwe who beat them 1-2.

He was also in charge of the Zambian local based select team that finished in the quater finals at the CHAN tournament in Cameroon earlier this year.

However, Micho has lost four games, won only one and drawn one with Zambia in their last six games.

Over all , the serbian gaffer has been in charge of 15 games for Zambia and has managed to record five(6)wins, four(4) draws and five(5) loses.

His most recent loss was against Lesotho and Eswatini at the ongoing COSAFA cup where the chipolopolo boys were beaten by both countries for the first time in the history of the cosafa cup.

The Serbian has become the fourth coach to be sacked by the Zambian FA in the last three years.

The Zambian FA will now have to look for a new coach in the next few weeks as upcoming FIFA world cup qualifiers were Zambia was drawn in the same group with Tunisia, E. guinea and Mauritania are set to start in two months time from now.

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