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Peeping Into FAZ 2016 Season – Geokas Curve Football Club Resumes Training for 2016 Calendar

Geokas curve in training

Peeping into 2016 FAZ Season: Geokas Curve Football Club Resumes Training .

Geokas Curve F.C have set January 4th 2016 a day to start their 2016 preseason training. Club Secretary Mr Innocent Chikuko has confirmed and made a request to the players to report on this day.

The club finished third in the FAZ Division Two Copperbelt on a season that begun with high hopes into Division One. Key points of the season includes where;

1; Acquiring the new coach Webby Kabinda from Miseshi Blues and almost a whole changed squad that saw about 15 new players signing for the club,

2; Sweet victory over Ndola Police, Nkwiza and Ingwe with a 3:0,
3:1 and 3:2 respectively and a finish with 53 points though the final and official league table has not been confirmed where Geokas seeks to see finishing on the third position but with 56 points. Additional 3 points expected to be awarded from a protested game against Tug Argan Snipers who were allegedly to have used three unregistered players. The case which was before the disciplinary committee has not been ruled.

Geokas Curve starting 11
Geokas Curve starting 11

3; The team played a total 30 games, winning 15, drawing 8, losing 7 and scoring 33 goals conceding 21.

4; Team”s top scorer was the side captain Jackson Kapya with 18 goals and Nicholas Musonda with most assists 15, followed by Marshall Mulambya with 7.

Sources reveal that the club intends to return almost the whole squad for the 2016. This is to maintain consistence in the coming season. Furthermore, the source confirmed that Coach Webby is considering signing 4 new players to beef up the squad.
One of the players is Frank “deco” Mulenga whose loan deal will be extended.
…………………………………………THE CURRENT SQUAD.……………………………………….

Jackson Kapya top Geokas Curve scorer with 18 goals for the 2015 season
Jackson Kapya top Geokas Curve scorer with 18 goals for the 2015 season

GOALKEEPERS:
Rabson Mvula, Martin Sampa, Dennis Mulenga, Hudson Kapopo

 

DEFENDERS:
Christopher Bwalya, Brian Chileshe, Kangwa Mulenga, Laurent Makumbi, John Sichinga, Bernard Mulenga, Stanley Katempa, Ephraim Bwanga.

MIDFIELDERS:
Cuthbert Chela, Mwaba Kabangwe, Reagan Sakulanga, Esco Mwaba, Robert Daka, Frank Mulenga, Nicholas Musonda, Marshall Mulambya, Laban Mwansa, Emmanuel Kafimbwa, Masauso Staford Khunga, Chrispin Simwaya

ATTACKERS:
Jackson Kapya, John Lungu, Mike Liswaniso, Desper Munthali, Mumba Kasonde, Abeauty simovwe.
……………………………………….More……………………………………….
The club also loaned players at the begining of the season and in the likes of:
1. Chisha Kampamba – Kalulushi modern stars (season long loan)
2. Tyson Sakala – Mufulira Blackpool (season long loan)
3. Rodrick Chitengi – Kitwe United (6 months loan)
4. Isaac Nkhoma – Nampundwe (season long loan)
5. Henry Saminganja – Lime hotspurs (season long loan)
6. Brian Mwansa – Lime hotspurs (season long loan)
7. Smart Chisenga – Konkola Blades (season long loan)

The promising Nicholas Musonda with 15 assists for the 2015 season
The promising Nicholas Musonda with 15 assists for the 2015 season

Meanwhile, Club General Secretary has confirmed that all the above transfer arrangement have come to an end and its up to the individual clubs to decide whether they would want to renew the agreements or not. Hence he has directed the players to report back to Geokas Curve and wait for further developments.

On the issue of furthering football in Zambia he appealed to clubs that they should exercise professionalism when dealing with players transfer arrangements as this would reduce cheating and fraud in football and cases such as the one highlighted above involving Tag Argan pending a committee decision.

He warned that he will not entertain any team that would not follow transfer rules and regulations next season and will ensure to raise any complaint that will guarantee.

Football is expensive to run and players should not just be moving freely during transfers. we need to make football a business entity down from the clubs upwards. ~ Chikuko concluded.

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