FAZ Stakes K80 for Cheapest Ticket against Sudan
The Football Association of Zambia has announced that soccer fans will folk out about K80 to watch an average international friendly fielding Zambia’s third rate side against Sudan on Sunday in a game that will mark the first international match at Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.
VIP tickets are staked at K500, the soccer body announced early today.
But for all the hype surrounding the stadium it could still be a little more time before the on-going road works outside are completed.
The Zambia national team tuned up for Sunday’s international friendly match against Sudan with their opening session at the Heroes National Stadium with all but two players turning up.
Meanwhile, stand-in Chipolopolo coach Honour Janza has a full house with the exception of the Nkana duo of Donashano Malama and Ronald Kampamba who were away for the weekend’s continental clash in Ivory Coast where they lost 4-0 to Sewe Sport.
The players had a full work out but injury battling Christopher Munthali and Kabwe Warriors striker Jacob Phiri had a light workout with team physiotherapist Gibson Chaloba.
Team Doctor Joseph Kabungo who is yet to give insight on the medical condition of the team led Kennedy Mudenda and Jackson Mwanza through the paces off the main session.
Janza had the team have a full pitch game with each of the four goalkeepers called to camp having a run.
The race for the number one gloves man on Sunday is among back to action Danny Munyau, Joshua Titima, Toaster Nsabata and maybe Edison Phiri.
Upfront is where there could be another headache as Janza steps in to see if Fwayo Tembo has done enough to lead the lines in a set up that has the likes of Moses Phiri, Jackson Mwanza, Josephat Kasusu with Roderick Kabwe and the fit again Bruce Musakanya in line for wing slots.
But the remaining four days could redefine the set up with the possible return of Kampamba and Mudenda looking to push for places.