Zambia U17 men’s national football team in Mauritius for 2016 Cosafa Junior Championship

The Zambia U-17 on Tuesday morning departed for Mauritius to take part in the 2016 Cosafa U-17 Championships which start in that country on Friday, July 22.
Coach Osward Mutapa has selected 20 players for the competition in which Zambia has been placed in Group B along with Malawi, Madagascar and guests Kenya.
Zambia will play in the tournament’s opening match against Kenya at the Stade Saint Francois Xavier in Port Louis on July 22.
Their next match will be against Malawi at the same venue on July 24 while the final group match against Madagascar will be played at Stade George V in Cureton on July 26.
Group A comprises hosts Mauritius, Seychelles, Namibia and South Africa.
The squad:
Goalkeepers: Benson Mwale, Edward Mwanza
Defenders: Justine Mwanza, Benjamin Phiri, Kasonde Mulenga, Hillary Mwiinga, Danny Kunda, Ponsirio Kapampa
Midfielders: Musonda Kalale, Nkandu Kunda, Charles Bwalya, Jonathan Tembo, Chanda Mukuka, Sam Mbewe
Strikers: George Nyimbili, Nicholas Mulilo, Samuel Kabwe, Damiano Kola Sam, Castro Siakotela, Mwiza Siwale
Officials:
Kabaso Kapambwe – FAZ Executive Member & Head of Delegation
Osward Mutapa – Head Coach
Charles Bwale – Assistant Coach
Perry Mutapa – Assistant Coach
Kakonje Kalililo – Goalkeeper Coach
Mwila Lupasha – Team Doctor
Ephraim Mphanza – Physiotherapist
Collins Phiri – Team Manager
Source: Fazfootball.com

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