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Zambia players face arrival headache for Ghana clash

Published on: 29 August 2013
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Zambia will have little time to prepare for next Friday's all-important qualifier against Ghana as their players are scattered on the globe.

This present travel challenges for them to join the team's camp in Johannesburg, South Africa which begins on Thursday.

Captain Christopher Katongo plays in China with Henan Jianye and James Chamanga is also in the books of Liaoning Whowin.

Defender Noah Chivuta must travel all the day from Thailand to join the team.

Midfielder Chisamba Lungu must fly in from FC Ural, Russia to join Herve Renard's side pre-match camping.

Striker Fwayo Tembo of Astra Giurgiu in Romania has also been invited.


  • Ghana low IQ @2% says:
    August 29, 2013 09:53 am
    So do you want to pay for their travel costs? I think Ghana web are more mature than you 1d10ts.
  • Ghana low IQ @2% says:
    August 29, 2013 09:57 am
    Looks like you worry too much, this Zambia-Ghana match is either exciting you all giving you shivers. which ever way there is no escape for Ghana's faded stars.
  • Zambianosis says:
    August 29, 2013 10:10 am
    Surely you silly Gaynians, should this be any of your worries? Indeed, you are so anxious as to annoyingly irritating. By the way, you have forgotten to report that the name you dread so much "Mayuka" scored a few days ago for Southampton. This might make you Pupu.
  • nyax says:
    August 29, 2013 04:02 pm
    Ghana will shit mables. The trigger is cocked and the bullet is made out of copper. Its a sniper rifle. The black star will catch fire and maybe infected wth gun powder
  • Cape coast boy says:
    August 29, 2013 02:04 pm
    "BEFORE YOU EMBARK ON JOURNEY OF REVENGE,THINK TWO GRAVES" Revenge,revenge,revenge this word has always brought us (Ghanains) nothing but pain.. I hope you have prepard your minds and hearts for both sides of the game.
  • del says:
    August 29, 2013 01:47 pm
    common folks. we are all africans. how come we re calling each other names dat ll make internationals intensify RACISM against us? come friday, may the best team carry de day. lol.
  • Zagwa says:
    August 29, 2013 01:19 pm
    I like Black Holes!!!!!lol
  • victor says:
    August 29, 2013 12:57 pm
    Hey people,lets call a spade a spade not a spade a BIG spoon. This game is a 50 50 affair.We all want our teams to win, lets face it either could. COME ON ZAMBIA! WE KNOW BETTER LETS NOT COMMENT ON ANY RHETORIC THESE ILLETERATE GHANAIANS ARE ON ABOUT
  • moses says:
    August 29, 2013 12:50 pm
    eish, thats a human being calling anther human being names over soccer.
  • Kenny says:
    August 29, 2013 12:48 pm
    Don't waste your breath on the Zambian issue. Nobody will remember ZAMBIA again after Friday. We have always outplayed them but we couldn't score in our last two defeats. They will start respecting us deeply when they suffers their worst humiliation in football. Please, do not pay attention to their insults, they are doing so out of fear.
  • Kenny says:
    August 29, 2013 12:40 pm
    You sound very afraid. Zambia's dominance on Ghana ended at Ndola. It might take more than 30 years to beat Ghana again. Coming Friday, Ghana will force Zambia to go down on your knees in tears, and humble you to respect other nations especially the Mighty Black Stars. It's very disrespectful to say, you are to beat a host nation. Did you beat even Lesotho? What about Sudan home and away? HUMBLE YOURSELF.
  • ghanaman says:
    August 29, 2013 12:17 pm
    Filthy SMelly RAT!! Dirty DOG
  • Papa says:
    August 29, 2013 12:01 pm
    By the time Zambia is finished with Ghana, they will be called the black holes and not the black stars.
  • chipolopolo_chabwela says:
    August 29, 2013 11:52 am
    truth be told Ghana is Zambia's B****...and we will a** rape Ghana again, cause Ghana apparently likes it...
  • Ghana low IQ @2% says:
    August 29, 2013 11:54 am
    @timer don't you know that saying which says the head will be the tail?? that's what you have become tails wag wag wag!! The southern region has become the head, we developing your ass fucked countries twat!!
  • truth hurts says:
    August 29, 2013 11:36 am
    Pple with IQ @ 2% r not insulting rather the ones with IQ@100 r insulting can smbody tell the diffs here?
  • tymer says:
    August 29, 2013 11:33 am
    You chimps come here to insult the same people who helped enlighten the founders of your backward hiv/aids infested country.what is wrong with reporting even if speculative? Yes our tried and tested team is playing a loud mouthed attention seeking average team from a country with largely primitive bushmen, so it's news, sadly though. You call us silly but you keep coming here to read the same nonsense everyday cos there's nothing interesting to report about your wishy washy players who fail to make any meaningful impact on African football. Name just one useful player from your cheap country who has made Africa proud out there. You could say your only messiah kalusha but even then what impact did he make and what did he win in Europe? Ask me the same question and I can go on all they doing lyrical about the exploits of my gallant countrymen either for country or the rest of the world. It's only a people with an inferior mentality who fail to acknowledge the exploits of others out of envy. In 2010, the black stars dazzled the whole world with some of the most sizzling football mankind has seen. Something which can't be achieved through pride and arrogance after winning a single continental trophy. In that case, countries like Brazil and Spain should stop playing cos they are the best. If you think what you read here reflects the mindset of the people of this beautiful country, am sorry but we have better things to do like enjoying our beautiful country, delicious food and sexy girls who your ugly countrymen drool over. We shall beat you and exorcise that spirit of the poor man's pride which led you to disgrace at the afcon. We will welcome your cheapolopolo or rubber bullets to the land of gold and genuine smiles but don't be alarmed if our ladies reject your advances cos they only do cute and gentle guys not chimps.
  • Ghana low IQ @2% says:
    August 29, 2013 11:18 am
    I wonder why we're going to play this match because we don't win away qualifiers...They should rather use this monies to solve malnutrition problems in Zambia.
  • ghanaboy says:
    August 29, 2013 10:38 am
    gsn,pls we are sick and tired of the zambians issues..they will then change the whole thing in their country that ghana journalists are insulting them..please give us a break..who are they?? are they not zambia?? mtchewww
  • Ghana low IQ @2% says:
    August 29, 2013 10:44 am
    Desperate Apes like human beings.
  • Umupondo says:
    August 30, 2013 02:50 pm
    Tymer.....There are no boundaries when it comes to aids. You should not forget that your people have lived and continue living in Zambia. There is no country in the world that is not affected by aids. Maybe you our friends there in Ghana you are aids free. Very lucky people you are.. God bless you.....Nearly forgot..Since when did we have bushmen in Zambia. It is just a game of football. And please guys reduce on the insults
  • gmu says:
    August 30, 2013 05:32 pm
    Ghana don't boost for now you time is gone wait for day to come when you be seen crying in your home ground.God makes the last to be the first nothing is impossible with God Remember want what happened in 2010 from that time you have n't been able to bit the Copper bullet so lam warning youoo