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FAZ splits league 2, 3 into two streamsBy Abraham Kalito on 10 Feb 2019
The Football Association has split the 2019 Division II and III leagues into two streams in the transitory window.
FAZ has also postponed all matches in the two divisions in a bid to properly plan for the transitional period in the two lower leagues.
FAZ General Secretary Adrian Kashala announced yesterday that Division II and III league would be split into two streams just like the Super Division in order to properly transition into a league that commences in August.
Kashala told delegates during the FAZ provincial Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Northern Province that the decision had also been arrived at due to public outcry from various clubs around the country.
He said various clubs had bemoaned that the number of games during the period were unmanageable adding that FAZ would as such, use the 2018 league table to divide teams according to odd and even numbers.
Kashala also said league games that were postponed this weekend would follow the Super Division format in the transition entire period.
The transitory FAZ league will end in June before adopting the new structure in August as per CAF directive.
Meanwhile the FA has embarked on the second phase of the kit and equipment distribution to all teams in the Division II and III.
Division II and III clubs will receive a set of KoPa branded Jerseys and five footballs. FAZ has already distributed the kit in Muchinga, Northern and Lusaka provinces. All the ten provinces are to benefit from the from the kit and equipment distribution exercise.
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