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The Cristiano Ronaldo interview

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono An Alumni of the Zambia Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies Reuters Trained Journalist Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably one of the best footballers of all time. His achievements in the game will be hard feat to beat for young and current footballers. No sooner had wonderkid Alejandro Garnacho announced his arrivalContinue reading “The Cristiano Ronaldo interview”

Some Notable Points From ZSL

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono The Decision taken by the Red Arrows Football Club Management to sack then Head Coach Honour Janza and give the team to little known Chisi Mbewe has finally paid dividends. Chisi Mbewe had to steady the ship and build a team worthy of Champions. Even in Continental Football they performed wellContinue reading “Some Notable Points From ZSL”

29 Years Since the Gabon Air Disaster: Memories are Still Vivid

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono On the 28 April, the Zambian football fraternity will be commemorating 29 years since country lost the national team in a plane crash on the coast of Gabon into the Atlantic Ocean. The team was heralded for great heights but the cruel hand of death rob the nation of a greatContinue reading “29 Years Since the Gabon Air Disaster: Memories are Still Vivid”


By Yohane Mbeeya Moono 2010 is the year when Zambian football had its fair share of wrangles that resulted in the country having parallel Executive Committees at the FA albeit one was not legally bound. The then Incumbent of the FA President Kalusha Bwalya acted with the statues of FIFA and the agrieved at theContinue reading “THE MONSTERS WE CREATED”

NURTURING: An Art Zambian Football Must Learn

By Moono John Zambia is a country that has proven time without number that it is capable of matching the much famed footballing nations like Cameroon, Nigeria, Algeria and Egypt jut to mention but a few.The country’s footballers have not been spared of one thing by the football loving public and are criticism. The ZambianContinue reading “NURTURING: An Art Zambian Football Must Learn”

Zambia’s most Elegant Defender- Eston Mulenga

By Fredrick Nyakiamo Zambia’s most elegant defender. He was voted 1992 Zambia footballer of the year and the best sweeper in 1990 and 1992 Africa Cup of Nations tournaments made his debut to the national team KK 11 as a youthful centre back from the military outfit Green Buffalos in 1987 and was an understudyContinue reading “Zambia’s most Elegant Defender- Eston Mulenga”

Reflection on the 2012 AFCON Triumph

Yohane Mbeeya Moono 10 Years ago today, the forces of History smiled on Zambia as the country attained the pinnacle of African Football success for the National Team. A penalty shootout of high drama and intensity, the Stopilla Sunzu penalty sealed the glory for Zambia. Captain Fantastic Christopher Katongo commandeered his team through a teamContinue reading “Reflection on the 2012 AFCON Triumph”


Manuel Francisco dos Santos, popularly known as Garrincha, was a Brazilian professional footballer who played as a right winger. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest dribblers ever. He was born with his right leg 6 centimetres shorter than his left, also his left leg turned outwards and his right leg turned inwards,Continue reading “GARRINCHA”

Zambia National Team and Qualifying Campaigns

By John Moono The sheer disappointment that greeted the final whistle last night is just a culmination of a poor planning process that authorities at Football House have engaged in. One thing of note is that, yesterday’s game was more like the Zambia national team of old. It was an improvement from a lethargic andContinue reading “Zambia National Team and Qualifying Campaigns”


CAF has noted the current circumstances in place in Britain regarding the lack of sporting exemptions for players returning from several African countries after the international window next week. CAF, acting on behalf of all African Member Associations, African players and fans, has urged the British Government to urgently provide the required exemptions to enableContinue reading “CAF REQUESTS BRITISH GOVERNMENT TO GRANT AN EXEMPTION TO AFRICAN PLAYERS FOR INTERNATIONAL WINDOW”