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Malawi Under23 Camp in Belgium Ahead Of Zambia Clash

Zambiaโ€™s opponents in the Egypt 2019 Under-23 AFCON, Malawi have set up base in Belgium ahead of their encounter with the junior Chipolopolo on March 20 away in Malawi.

The Malawian Under-23 National team arrived in Belgium on Saturday afternoon for a two week training camp that will see them play a series of friendly matches in that country.

Malawi will play seven training matches with top Belgian teams before flying out to Egypt on 3rd March for another friendly match against Egypt U 23 on 8th March.

The team will return home on 9th March ahead of Zambia matches on 20th March at home and 24th away in Lusaka.

Head coach Meke Mwase said the trip will give him a good platform to prepare his team against an experienced Zambian team.

โ€œFirstly let me thank National coach RVG for facilitating the trip and FAM for supporting the idea that we play friendly matches before facing Zambia.

โ€œThe Europe camp will expose and motivate the players but above that will help us to improve technically by playing against high level players,โ€ said Mwase.

The Zambian team is currently having weekly local camps overseen by assistant coach Bilton Musonda.

The following are the lined up matches in Belgium

19.02.2019 at 2.30pm

STVV vs. MALAWI

20.02.2019 at 3.00pm

PSV vs. MALAWI

25.02.2019 at 3.00pm

OHL vs. MALAWI

26.02.2019 (Time not confirmed)

GENK vs. MALAWI

27.02.2019 at 2.30pm

RODA JC vs. MALAWI

1.03.2019 at 7.00pm

PATRO MM vs. MALAWI

2.03.2019 at 3.00pm

SP HASSELT vs. MALAWI

The team has also been invited to watch the following matches

21.02.2019 at 9.00pm

Europa League: KRC GENK vs. SLAVIA PRAAG

24.02.2019 at 6.00pm

Top-game Belgium League: KRC GENK vs. R ANTWERP FC

 

22 Comments

  1. Mr. K

    Zambia wants to win without preparations hhhhhhhh

  2. Luck muwayakuck

    FAZ president Andrew Kamanga be serious with preparation other wise to will lose your job to kalusha Bwalya

  3. Bruno mars the moonshine jungle master

    Mwase you are right your training should be hard to make your side better than it was.Zambia is a footballing nation failure to that, muzamiziba Buru chaka na Watter nyamirandu.

  4. Herv Rena

    Chipolopolo doesnt even to train .Tu Malawi ni poregi.

  5. Saint

    Zambia Should Expect A Defeat Away But A Win Here At Home. I Know Malawi U23 Side, Its Not An Easy Team

  6. Moses

    Ba kamanga fyonse bakusunkanya

  7. Benny zulu

    Just play some friendlies with the teams in Caf competition no need of going very far.

  8. Lulu

    Zambian football administrator must be serious. It’s time we show some seriousness in football.

  9. edward

    Too bad for Zambia, try to prepare b4 match

  10. mr-i 100%

    Good move ba Malawi for your work well done.Bt the wary is for mother Zambia .anyway football in sivintu.kkkkkkkkkkkk!!!

  11. Brian Mulenga

    Mu Zambia ala bwafya that’s y nshiba lumbila ine,,I prefer wtchn foreign soccer than our own matches ,, ,,,France vs Spain are plyin the same time Zambia is plyn Malawi I would prefer wtchn the France game maa ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  12. lazarous phiri

    Aaah Zambian football is disappointing let them not train abroad cause…..

  13. young man chissy

    COME ON YOUNG CHIPOLOPOLO, YOU CAN MAKE US PROUD & MAKE MALAWI PULL UP THEIR GAME…..

  14. Khan

    Tizawina

  15. Ken g

    go go gyz we ar wtn 4u

  16. sakala

    don’t wary to malawi nitu porege…….go go chipolopolo

  17. Nevy

    manje what wrong with that.if you want go and camp on the sun also.

  18. Clanes musesah

    I prefer watch foreign match than Zambia vs Malawi ata

  19. Aaron Sinyangwe

    Ba Malawi kkkkkkkkk bushe Ku Belgium ekwaba lesa

  20. lusaka boyz

    Baiche aba go zambia go

  21. Mweni Kasumpa

    To achieve good results you need high profile friendlies. Chambeshi, Solomon Sakala and Kalu played big teams in Spain for them to emerge victorious in the games they played and made Zambia proud. Do you expect to pass your exams when you are not studying hard? Only if you use malpractice that’s when you get a chance of passing. Ba FAZ open up your ears and eyes. Otherwise, it won’t oga well. Don’t look at present, look at past and then where you are going (future). Compare past and present then see the future (where you are going). Icisoosa cipa amano. Secondly munshebwa aile namafi kubuko kabili umunwe umo tausala nda. Have talked alot now it’s the FAZ to choose and react.

  22. joskayz

    FAZ u are disappointing us

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