Chipolopolo ups preps


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CHIPOLOPOLO’s preparations for the final round of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier match against Botswana has entered the second week, with 25 players summoned for duty.

Team manager Desmond M’ngawa who released the names to said the players will go into residential camp today.

M’ngawa said assistant coach Mumamba Numba will continue to drill the squad in the absence of head coach Aggrey Chiyangi whose team Green Eagles is away in Rwanda.

The Chipolopolo will be away to Botswana on July 26 before hosting the Zebras on August 3 in the race for the Cameroon 2020 African Nations Championship.

Numba’s charges will be in camp from July 14-17.

Full Squad


Lawrence Mulenga (Power Dynamos), Lameck Siame (Kitwe United), Allan Chibwe (Nkana).


Simon Silwimba, Mwila Phiri (Zesco United), Gift Zulu, Lyson Thole (Nkana), Lawrence Chungu (Zanaco), Adrian Chama (Green Buffaloes), Luka Banda (Napsa Stars), Isaac Shamujompa (Buildcon).


Clement Mwape (Zesco United), Benson Sakala (Power Dynamos), Jackson Chirwa (Green Buffaloes), Webster Muzaza (Forest Rangers), Clement Mundia (Kabwe Warriors), Bruce Musakanya, George Simbayambaya (Red Arrows), Ernest Mbewe (Zanaco).


Moses Phiri, Chanda Mushili (Buildcon), Youremember Banda (Green Buffaloes), Twiza Chaibela (Kabwe Warriors), Chitiya Mususu (Zanaco), Emamnuel Chabula (Nkwazi).


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