Diego Casilli’s Forli LTD Owns City of Lusaka, Chilongo & Coffin Trader Zulu Are Imposters

Zambian football follower and City of Lusaka fan Brian Mulenga has penned the most logical explanation in the dispute that has engulfed one of the country’s most popular teams – City Yamoto. Mulenga, who claims the City bragging rights having … Continued

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Zambian football follower and City of Lusaka fan Brian Mulenga has penned the most logical explanation in the dispute that has engulfed one of the country’s most popular teams – City Yamoto. Mulenga, who claims the City bragging rights having lived in Woodlands and surrounding areas the last 40 years, says Forli Limited are the legal owners of City of Lusaka as established by salutatory institutions in the country. The writer says Forli Limited has developed Woodlands Stadium, the home of City, better than any entitled single or combined that has claimed to be representing the community the 50 years. Mulenga says progressive thinkers should support the work Casilli has delivered at Woodlands stadium because it has added to changing the face of Lusaka particularly Woodlands and the surrounding areas. READ THE FULL WRITE UP BY BRIAN MULENGA CITY OF LUSAKA WRANGLES – WHICH COMMUNITY DO THEY HELP? In view of the weird, crazy and rather stupid goings on at City of Lusaka Club as a long-time resident on and off in the neighbourhoods of Kabulonga, Woodlands, Chilenje and Nyumba Yanga for the last 45 years, I feel compelled to comment on them. I first lived in the community which City of Lusaka is purported to serve 45 years ago. I started school at Little Big Horn Pre-school in Middleway Kabulonga in 1972. This was just after we moved to 7 Twin Palm Road in Kabulonga from Chelston. We later moved to 8 Mutende Road in Woodlands and our last residence in Lusaka before we moved to the Copperbelt was 4 Ingwe Road. The last two addresses are in Woodlands and are within walking distance from Woodlands Stadium. I moved back into the same community served by City of Lusaka in 1993 when I lived in Chilenje South opposite Lazymen’s Complex. This is when I met one Kennedy Ma Grocer a diehard City of Lusaka fan. Kennedy’s name is derived from the fact he was always found at the grocery shops at Lazymen’s complex. Since then I have lived 18 out of the last 25 years in the Woodlands area and in Chalala. In short, I am a member of the Community that is supposedly represented by one of the two competing City of Lusaka executives. Let us go back in history. Woodlands Stadium was a whites-only sports club with a cricket ground before the present stadium was built in 1962. City of Lusaka Limited was incorporated in 1961. In the year 2000, a new entity called City of Lusaka 2000 was created. The dream at the time was City of Lusaka would be eventually be listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange and raise capital by selling shares to the public. The title deeds to the Woodlands Stadium complex are held by City of Lusaka 2000 Plc. Today we are faced with two organisations claiming to be City of Lusaka. One is a company that is duly registered with PACRA, ZRA and with title deeds duly issued by the Ministry of Lands. The second one claims to be a community organisation. It has no legal entity and claims to be some sort of community organisation and claims that City of Lusaka is a community club. I take serious issue with the second organisation. The reason, well as a resident of the community it supposedly represents on and off for the last 45 years, I have never ever seen or heard of a community meeting to discuss City of Lusaka affairs. Instead since the death of Michael Mwape in the Gabon disaster of 1993, a succession of people has claimed to run the affairs of the club on behalf of the community. As a member of this community, I have never, not once been consulted or informed of their activities by these so-called community activists running this club on my behalf. City of Lusaka instead has deteriorated and fallen into disrepair. Its clubhouse before being demolished had become a brothel and a subpar drinking place with unhygienic toilets without running water reeking of urine and other unspeakables. City of Lusaka had also fallen into the hands of some rather murky operators. There is a caveat against the title deeds due to an earlier transaction executed in the name of City of Lusaka. Spectra Oil paid money to City of Lusaka for the right to build a filling station at the location where a shopping centre has now sprung up. The transaction ran into legal trouble and Spectra lost a lot of money. It is alleged that the funds Spectra paid never reached City of Lusaka. Another company, financial investment firm Cavmont FMO sponsored and lent funds amounting to K6 million to City of Lusaka, once again the funds are alleged to have to the greater part never reached City of Lusaka. Eventually, the firm ended up with shares in City of Lusaka in lieu of repayment of funds advanced. We now have a so-called community backed executive who claimed to have been voted to run the affairs of the club. This executive has disrupted the only positive progress seen at City of Lusaka in decades. Woodlands Stadium was finally renovated with nice seats usable toilets and clean modern facilities. It now has executive boxes, a restaurant standard kitchen with entertainment facilities and has a name sponsor Vodafone. The surroundings now look in keeping with being in the Woodlands area of Lusaka. The football team for the first time in decades was properly dressed, players got paid and despite being relegated, City of Lusaka looked like a team whose future was assured. Suddenly a so-called community executive came up. These guys claim on behalf of the community that they claim to run the club. They have not produced any legal documents and just assert they are from THE COMMUNITY. I dispute this last assertion. They have never asked the people of Woodlands, Chilenje, Kabulonga, Chalala, Nyumba Yanga, Rockfield, and Libala to appoint them to act for them. THEY ARE ACTUALLY SELF APPOINTED. They claim to be elected. In view of the shenanigans and lack of credibility that has been the order of the day concerning Annual General Meetings, elections and business of any sort where City of Lusaka are concerned I would take those claims with not a pinch but a wheelbarrow full of salt. In life, actions speak louder than words. The actions of the so-called community group in the past have been anything but beneficial to the community. The club had even become a den of criminals. Drinking from there had become dangerous with cars regularly broken into, patrons attacked and mugged and the whole clubhouse turned into a dirty, smelly ruin. For some of us, we believe in action. The actions of the other group have been more positive and have contributed more to the community than the so-called community led group. Woodlands Stadium is now a modern facility, there are jobs being created in the neighbourhood, we can see progress. With the so-called community guys all we remember are toilets reeking of urine which used water from drums. As a member of the community, I would rather have progress. The so-called community leaders had run down the club to the point here one of the players was evicted from his home and had to squat in the team dressing rooms!!! If the community group really represent the community as they claim, in my opinion, they should step aside and let progress advance. The plot of land City of Lusaka sits on, had become an eyesore. The stadium itself had fallen into disrepair. The clubhouse itself was a shabby ruin, a shoddy mess, fallen far from its glory days when Supreme Court judges, Bank of Zambia Governors, economic Advisors to the President, Ministers, Permanent Secretaries and prominent business people were regular members and relaxed in its confines. Being a member of the City of Lusaka club used to carry prestige in society. Today even a barrow boy at the market would not like to be associated with it. If truly City of Lusaka is a community club, then we in the community want progress. We want a safe entertainment place, with clean toilets, modern facilities and a properly and professionally run club. Not more mediocrity and incompetence in the name of helping the community. The post Diego Casilli’s Forli LTD Owns City of Lusaka, Chilongo & Coffin Trader Zulu Are Imposters appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Zanaco Host Gambia Armed Forces in Caff Tie

The 2018 CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup get underway today with three Zambian clubs in action with Zanaco hosting Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) while Zesco United and Green Buffaloes are away in Zanzibar and Egypt respectively. Zambia has benefitted … Continued

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The 2018 CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup get underway today with three Zambian clubs in action with Zanaco hosting Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) while Zesco United and Green Buffaloes are away in Zanzibar and Egypt respectively. Zambia has benefitted from their better ranking in club competitions with four teams taking part in the 2018 edition. Zanaco will host Gambia Armed Forces at Nkoloma Stadium with the match kicking off at 15:00 hours while Zesco United play Jeshi la Kujenga Uchumi at 15:00 hours at the Amaan Stadium. Green Buffaloes will be in action at 19:30 hours against Al Masry of Egypt in another match that has Zambian interest. Nkana has been put on bye and will only join the CAF Confederation Cup at the next stage. Gate charges at Nkoloma Stadium will be K20 (all round) and K50 VIP. SATURDAY CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 15h 00 Zanaco FC vs Armed Forces (Gambia) (Nkoloma Stadium) 15h30 JKU Football Club (Zanzibar) vs Zesco United (Amaan Stadium) CONFEDERATION CUP 19h30 El Masry (Egypt) vs Green Buffaloes (Source: FAZ Media) The post Zanaco Host Gambia Armed Forces in Caff Tie appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Opinion: Kamanga, City ‘Romance’ Hits The Spotlight

Sports journalist Kennedy Gondwe has given an analytical insight into FAZ president Andrew Kamanga’s relations with City of Lusaka. Kamanga has paid K10, 000 to the redundant City of Lusaka at a time when FAZ has rejected to register the … Continued

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Sports journalist Kennedy Gondwe has given an analytical insight into FAZ president Andrew Kamanga’s relations with City of Lusaka. Kamanga has paid K10, 000 to the redundant City of Lusaka at a time when FAZ has rejected to register the club through the owners. Gondwe looks at Kamanga’s membership at City which raises questions about ethics and conduct. IS FAZ PRESIDENT ANDREW KAMANGA’S BENEVOLENCE TO A CITY OF LUSAKA GROUP ETHICAL? By Kennedy Gondwe The confirmation by one of the factions at City of Lusaka that Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Andrew Kamanga pays or has been sponsoring the club is very interesting. Don’t get me wrong—nothing wrong with this gesture in a way because where Mr. Kamanga spends his personal money is entirely his prerogative. But from the time two factions emerged at City, this gesture should have been suspended in my opinion. This is because the payment (or sponsorship) of that money to one of the factions as a way of sponsoring the club carries with it an innuendo. Or put differently, Mr. Kamanga’s actions alone mean that he recognizes one of the factions as being legitimate(the ones he’s funding). At a time two parties at a club are fighting, especially that both of them have been wanting FAZ to adjudicate in the matter, the FAZ president should have momentarily suspended his sponsorship till this matter is disposed of. You can’t have a judge funding a group that’s fighting with another yet both seeking you out as an arbitrator! That’s being an anarchist. Likewise, let’s say Mr Kamanga was funding or sponsoring City of Lusaka through the Diego Casilli/Simataa Simataa group, how would Justin Zulu and company feel? That’s the reason Mr. Kamanga should have kept away from City for now because what he’s done with the latest ‘donation’ is tantamount to a parent giving money for sweets to one of his step children after a fight between them. What may have started as a goodwill gesture is now clearly being muddled with misplaced judgement at this moment. So what justice can the other faction that’s not benefiting from the FAZ president’s benevolence expect when this matter comes up at the Disciplinary Committee or FAZ legal committee? Infact, this gesture alone is a message to other FAZ bodies that “as an association, the City of Lusaka executive we recognize is that of Justine Zulu.†Meanwhile, since this seems to be the case, FAZ should perhaps immediately throw away the appeal by Simataa/Diego Casilli so that the latter’s time and that of the association is not wasted any longer. Can someone who’s conversant with the FAZ constitution enlighten me whether it’s ethically right for someone who’s become FAZ president to continue funding a particular club? From what I know, it isn’t. So if, as an example, I am a Real Nakonde member, what will I be thinking when the FAZ president personally funds/sponsors another club and not mine when my club is not in any way a less member of the association? I hope Mr Kamanga will dismiss what I have written or the latest statement that he has continued sponsoring City of Lusaka even after assuming the FAZ presidency as a lie. Sadly, it appears it’s not. But regardless, I hope he comes out clean otherwise if the intention of those that issued the statement was to make the FAZ president appear good in this battle for legitimacy, they’ve just achieved the opposite in my view. And this might prove to be an expensive constitutional and ethical own goal by Mr. Kamanga or the other City of Lusaka faction. If I were Mr Kamanga, I would actually be privately livid with the people that have issued this statement or continue sponsoring City of Lusaka quietly if it’s really necessary and constitutional as a FAZ president. Next time Mr Kamanga, maybe give out the money but tell everyone at the other faction: “Don’t Kubeba.†That’s being smart. The post Opinion: Kamanga, City ‘Romance’ Hits The Spotlight appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Kamanga Admits Funding Confusion At City of Lusaka

FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has admitted making a K10, 000 contribution to the City of Lusaka group claiming it was a routine gesture. Speaking through Lusaka resident Chris Chilongo who is posturing as general secretary of City of Lusaka Football … Continued

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FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has admitted making a K10, 000 contribution to the City of Lusaka group claiming it was a routine gesture. Speaking through Lusaka resident Chris Chilongo who is posturing as general secretary of City of Lusaka Football Club, Kamanga says revelation he had made this year’s contribution in the midst of internal restructuring at the club were malicious. Kamanga claims he has been making contributions to City of Lusaka the last 5 years. There are no records, apart from the K10, 000 recently made, that Kamanga has made contribution to City of Lusaka the last 10 years. Below is a statement by Chilongo. Also see the alleged “malicious” information on the financial contribution as revealed by the redundant City of Lusaka group on their WhatsApp forum and later published by bolazambia. CITY OF LUSAKA FOOTABLL CLUB From: CITY OF LUSAKA FOOTBALL CLUB TO: MEDIA HOUSES DATE: JANUARY 30, 2018 CITY of Lusaka Football Club has been obliged to issue this statement following some malicious news going round that the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) President Andrew Kamanga has paid K10,000 to become an executive committee member. What is however true is that Mr Kamanga is one of City of Lusaka Football Club sponsors. Even before he became the FAZ President, he has consistently and regularly contributed money to City of Lusaka Football Club through the club executive committee every year. Records are readily available at Woodlands Stadium to show that Mr Kamanga has been giving City of Lusaka K 10,000 as his contribution to the club in the last five years. Again, for the public record, the Justin Zulu led executive committee has not been dissolved or declared redundant. It is only the club’s paid up members through an extraordinary meeting that have powers to dissolve the elected executive committee. Further, we would like to put it on record that the City of Lusaka Football Club is not owned by City of Lusaka PLC 2000. On the contrary, the legendary club is owned by the community and not by an individual. We are in receipt of a letter from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) disciplinary board committee that has thrown out a letter from the so called City of Lusaka PLC 2000 general manager Simataa Simataa on club licensing. CAF has told Mr Simataa and his group to stop wasting their time. They have been advised to go back to Football House here in Zambia and present their case. The truth of the matter therefore is that both FIFA and CAF have rejected the case of Mr Simataa and his paymasters. It is shocking that Mr Simataa and his group are now ‘cursing’ the FAZ leadership for advising them to follow the laid down procedures when implementing the club licensing programme. The Football House does not deal with companies or self-proclaimed developers that do not have the blessings of the community. Instead, it deals directly with elected executive committee members. In this case, FAZ only receives correspondence to do with City of Lusaka from the general secretary of the club (Christopher Chilongo) or the chairman of the club (Justin Zulu). On and behalf of City of Lusaka Football Club. Christopher Chilongo Club General Secretary Source: bolazambia.com The post Kamanga Admits Funding Confusion At City of Lusaka appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Now FAZ President Allegedly Becomes Executive Committee Member Of The Redundant City Of Lusaka Group; Pays K10, 000

FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has allegedly paid K10, 000 to the dissolved executive to assume membership at City of Lusaka. City of Lusaka PLC 2000 PLC, owners of the club, declared the executive redundant late last year after restructuring management … Continued

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FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has allegedly paid K10, 000 to the dissolved executive to assume membership at City of Lusaka. City of Lusaka PLC 2000 PLC, owners of the club, declared the executive redundant late last year after restructuring management but the FAZ secretariat has declined to recognize the legal owners. It has now emerged that Kamanga is a member of the redundant City of Lusaka group after paying K10, 000. The FAZ president was welcomed to the City FC members WhatsApp group by Kapalamula Njobu. The post Now FAZ President Allegedly Becomes Executive Committee Member Of The Redundant City Of Lusaka Group; Pays K10, 000 appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Zambia in Do or Die CHAN Match

Zambia and Sudan face off tonight in the quarterfinals of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) at the Grand Stade de Marrakech in Morocco. Both sides know any loss at this stage means taking the next plane home but Wedson Nyirenda … Continued

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Zambia and Sudan face off tonight in the quarterfinals of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) at the Grand Stade de Marrakech in Morocco. Both sides know any loss at this stage means taking the next plane home but Wedson Nyirenda and his charges believe they have done enough to stop the Sudanese interest in the tournament. Interestingly both sides have not lost any match at the tournament having won two matches apiece and a draw in the group stages. The Chipolopolo boys is expected to tweak their stating eleven with defender Simon Silwimba suspended for the match paving way for Nkana’s John Mwengeni who will be thrown the fray in a reshuffled backline. Upfront Lazarous Kambole be partnered with either Friday Samu or Martin Phiri with the artistry of Ernest Mbewe and inform Augustine Mulenga taking their places on the flanks. In midfield workhorse Donashano Malama is expected to be in the engine room with Kodwani Mtonga although depending on the flow of the match or game plane other options in the back to fitness Godfrey Ngwenya or Jack Chirwa could be given a chance. Skipper Ziyo Tembo will marshal the backline alongside Mwengeni with Adrian Chama expected to take up the rig back position while Fackson Kapumbu will be at his usual post at left back. Toaster Nsabata will be the final cover between the posts. Kickoff for the match is at 21:30 hours (Zambian time) and will be live on Supersport. In the other quarterfinal host nation Morocco will take on Namibia at the Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca with kickoff at 18:30 (Zambian time). Winner between Zambia and Sudan will play either Nigeria or Angola in the semi finals. (Source: FAZ Media) The post Zambia in Do or Die CHAN Match appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Chipolopolo Off To Casablanca

The Zambia National team is off to Casablanca the base for the final Group B match at the ongoing African Nations Championship (CHAN). Zambia will play Namibia on Monday in the final group match to determine who tops the group. … Continued

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The Zambia National team is off to Casablanca the base for the final Group B match at the ongoing African Nations Championship (CHAN). Zambia will play Namibia on Monday in the final group match to determine who tops the group. The Chipolopolo boys have left Adam Park Hotel in Marrakech where they have been housed since the tournament started. Zambia beat Uganda 3-1 before shooting down Ivory Coast on Thursday to top Group B. The post Chipolopolo Off To Casablanca appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Mulenga Credits Teammates for Brace

Chipolopolo midfield dynamo Augustine Mulenga has heaped praise on his teammates after having put up a match winning performance against Ivory Coast to qualify to the quarter finals of the on-going African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco. Mulenga who scored … Continued

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Chipolopolo midfield dynamo Augustine Mulenga has heaped praise on his teammates after having put up a match winning performance against Ivory Coast to qualify to the quarter finals of the on-going African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco. Mulenga who scored a brace to help Zambia maintain its hundred percent record at the tournament said the victory was as a result of team effort. The 28-year-old celebrated his birthday in style with a Man of the Match award and promised more fireworks in Monday’s match against Namibia in Casablanca. “I am happy with today’s game because we followed the instructions of the coach. The game was not easy for us to win, we fought and I just want to say congratulations to my teammates for the job well done,†he said. “We achieved what we wanted in today’s game. As a team we have a target of winning every game and get maximum points. We are looking to win the next game so that we top the group.†The 2017 Zambian Footballer of the Year has scored three goals so far at the tournament with Zambia topping Group B having won 3-1 against Uganda and 2-0 over Ivory Coast. Group B winners will be determined on Monday in Casablanca to determine who faces either hosts Morocco and Sudan. (Source: FAZ Media) The post Mulenga Credits Teammates for Brace appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Chipolopolo Shoot Down Elephants

Zambia maintained its hundred percent record at the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) with Augustine Mulenga putting up a stellar performance that not only won him man of the match but sent Ivory Coast packing from the tournament. Barely a … Continued

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Zambia maintained its hundred percent record at the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) with Augustine Mulenga putting up a stellar performance that not only won him man of the match but sent Ivory Coast packing from the tournament. Barely a day after turning 28 years old, Mulenga stole the show with two goals worth of winning a highly anticipated tie that sent Zambia into the quarterfinals with a game to spare. Ivory Coast had come in the match on the back of losing the opening match to Namibia piling pressure on them to beat Zambia. It took only eight minutes for Zambia to draw first blood when Mulenga got on the end of a Lazarous Kambole cross to pile more misery on the elephants. Mulenga could have doubled the lead two minutes later but his header from a Fackson Kapumbu cross was saved. The Ivorians were becoming more assertive with an aggressive Koumane Yao coming close. There was a nervy moment when Donashano Malama found himself on the end of a foul with the referee cautioning him in the 19th minute. In the 30th minute Ernest Mbewe had his shot coming off the post after having been serviced by Mulenga. The two sides went to the break with Zambia leading 1-0. In the second half Ivory Coast attempted to overturn the result but Zambia remained resilient. Coach Wedson Nyirenda brought in Mike Katiba for Friday Samu in the 56th minute as he tried to stabilize his team. Whatever hope the Ivorians had of making a comeback were dealt a vicious blow when Mulenga weaved his way through the defence and for the second time in the match beat Zadi Ble in the Ivory Coast goal. Mulenga could be grateful for the effort that Mbewe made in the buildup to the goal. Zambia moved to six points and maintain top position with Uganda and second placed Namibia in action in the second match of the day. The Chipolopolo boys will play their final Group B match on Monday against Namibia in Casablanca, Top teams in Group B will be paired against Group A teams where host nation Morocco and Sudan have qualified with a match to spare. Zambia produced a man of the match for the second consecutive match after Kambole received the prize in the first match. (Source: FAZ Media) The post Chipolopolo Shoot Down Elephants appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Zambia Ready For Ivory Coast – Nyirenda

The Chipolopolo boys stepped up gear in their preparations for Thursday’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) against Ivory Coast with Coach Wedson Nyirenda psyching the lads against the wounded elephants. Nyirenda told FAZfootball.com at the close of Tuesday’s training session at … Continued

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The Chipolopolo boys stepped up gear in their preparations for Thursday’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) against Ivory Coast with Coach Wedson Nyirenda psyching the lads against the wounded elephants. Nyirenda told FAZfootball.com at the close of Tuesday’s training session at the Grand Stade de Marrakech annex pitch that the team was battle ready for the elephants hoping to build on the first match win. He said Zambia had put behind its result on Sunday and firmly focused on Ivory Coast who lost 1-0 to Namibia on the same day. “I think we are not so bad, we are looking good after that emphatic win. The boys have put that win behind and they are looking forward to that game against Ivory Coast,†Nyirenda said. He added: “The most important thing is not to be complacent because we are playing a team which has been wounded as they lost to Namibia in a very bad time. The game was already over in the last few seconds, they lost so they are really hurt and are wounded so they will come on us.†Nyirenda said he was mindful of the physical stature of the Ivorians but stressed that Zambia had a plan to outwit them. “They are physically big, but I think our boys have what it takes to run them down. I think the day will be ours,†he said. Nyirenda also expressed optimism that the two lads under medical watch would recover fully soon to add to his options. “We have some knocks with Ng’onga’s groin muscle still a problem and the doctors are working round the clock to see what they can do. Godfrey is still under treatment and is doing light training,†he said. FAZ president Andrew Kamanga, his deputy Rix Mweemba and Committee member Brenda Kunda turned up for the session to encourage the team in their pursuit of continental glory. Zambia plays Ivory Cost on Thursday in an 18:30 kick off (Zambian time) before concluding their group matches on Monday in Casablanca against Namibia. The Chipolopolo boys top Group B alongside Namibia, thanks to a superior goal difference. (Source: FAZ Media) The post Zambia Ready For Ivory Coast – Nyirenda appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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