Kalusha and three others disqualified from contesting FAZ presidency

Former FAZ President Kalusha Bwalya: File picture

Only three FAZ presidencial hopefuls will contest the March 28th poll, the associations integrity Committee has ruled.

The three are incumbent Andrew Kamanga, former FAZ vice-president Emmanuel Munaile and soccer administrator Joseph Nkole.

Former president and soccer legend Kalusha Bwalya, Richard Kazala and Suzyo Zimba were disqualified following an integrity test where all candidates were subjected to, and examined.

According to the FAZ constitution the three can still appeal the decision of the Committee.

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Conte
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Let kalu stands ….or you r fearing his threat…..,

BETTER MUST COME
BETTER MUST COME

LET KALUSHA CONTEST THE PF PRESIDENCY AT THE CONVENTION. INTEGRITY ISSUES WILL NOT BE AS STRICT.

edgar chibuta
edgar chibuta

useless test

Anonymous
Anonymous

Let Suzyo stand because he is the only candidate that has a vision and strategy. In fact, his vision and strategy should go into Zambian history as the only candidate to ever provided a strategy for FAZ. Think about that!!!
Besides that, if a 2020 candidate gets elected as FAZ president who has pending allegations against them and FIFA then takes action for an internal investigation into FAZ, this will risk Zambia getting ban by FIFA from international football participation. I doubt this is what the majority of Zambians want!

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