ZNBC to Show Zambia vs Mauritania

The Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation -ZNBC- will televise the FIFA world cup 2022 Qualifier Match between Zambia and Mauritania.

ZNBC Head of Corporate Affairs ANNE MUKABE says the outside broadcast team is already on the ground to prepare for transmission tomorrow.

Ms. MUKABE has since appealed to companies wishing to advertise their products and services to contact the marketing department.

The game starts at 15. hours.

Meanwhile Interim Chipolopolo Coach BESTON CHAMBESHI has tasked the players to make their mark at the national team by recording resounding victories in the final FIFA World Cup Qualifying fixtures.

CHAMBESHI says the players should fight to win the remaining fixtures because a lot is at stake despite failing to contend for a place at the 2022 Qatar Showpiece.

He says it is expected of all players local and foreign, to replicate their form at their Clubs for country if Zambia is to beat Mauritania and Tunisia.

CHAMBESHI was speaking during a Pre-match Press conference held in Lusaka today.

The Chipolopolo Gaffer has further hinted that there will be changes made to the Squad that will take on Mauritania on Saturday from the side that played Equatorial Guinea in the last encounter.

He further said he is satisfied with the level of competition in the squad adding that the services of ENOCK MWEPU will be missed.

And Mauritania football team Coach GERARD BUSCHER said the team will do everything to win.

BUSCHER said he is aware that Zambia are a good team but that his charges target a win.

MEANWHILE, Chipolopolo Captain LUMBAMBO MUSONDA said the team is ready for the game and will target a win.

MUSONDA said they aim to get as many goals as they can so that they can please the home fans.

Captain of the Mauritania football team ADAMA BA said with a new coach in place, the team will use the games to adapt and prepare for further encounters.

15:00 hours is the time set for the Zambia and Mauritania encounter to be played at the National Heroes stadium in Lusaka.


Source: ZNBC

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