In a Facebook Live Zambia national men’s football team coach Sven Vandenbroeck named the 24 Chipolopolo boys to brush with Guinea Bissau next week wednesday. Clatous Chama currently obliged with Simba FC-Tanzania has been named among the 24.
Other names appearing on the list include Charles Muntanga as a goalkeeper and and Gideon Sichone a defender from Green Buffaloes. The Chipolopolo host the African Wild Dog Djurtus or Guinea Bissau in the third match of group K.
Zambia is placed third/fourth in group K of the Afcon 2019 qualifiers. Guinea Bissau and Mozambique takes charge of the group with 4 points each. First round saw Zambia play Mozambique losing by 1-0 at Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola on 10th June 2017.
The single point Chipolopolo are enjoying is from the recent draw result picked in Namibia. Also it was the fixture that marked as the first game for Sven since taking charge of Zambia. Justin Shonga late equaliser saved the Sven bullets from total embarrassment.
Zambia National Football Team Full Squad
Representing goalkeeping is Toaster Nsabata of Zanaco, Charles Muntanga -Nkwazi) and the international Kennedy Mweene from Mamelodi Sundowns South Africa.
In the defence is Solomon Sakala and Fackson Kapumbu both from Zesco United. While Gideon Sichone of Green Buffaloes with Isaac Shamujompa and Lawrence Chungu coming from Buildcon.
Also Luka Banda (Napsa Stars), Stoppila Sunzu of FC Metz and Kabaso Chongo TP Mazembe-DRC.
A formidable mixture in the midfield include international players from TP Mazembe Nathan Sinkala and Rainford Kalaba. While from RSA is Salulani Phiri (Polokwane City-RSA). And from Europe is Enock Mwepu (RB Salzburg-Austria) and Lubambo Musonda of Gandazar Armenia.
Local players in the midfield is Jackson Chirwa (Green Buffaloes) and Bruce Musakanya. Also Clatous Chama from Simba FC in Tanzania makes the special appearance.
In the forward position is Augustine Mulenga, Justin Shonga both from Orlando Pirates-RSA. From Europe is Fashion Sakala (Oostende-Belgium), Patson Daka (RB Salzburg-Austria) and Lazarous Kambole from Zambia super league champions Zesco United.