WOMEN’S national team striker Grace Chanda says the experience gained by plying their trade in foreign leagues will help the team go far in the forthcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup. Speaking to FAZ media, Chanda said that a number of Shepolopolo players had broken into Europe and playing competitive football compared to the local league. Defender Martha Tembo, striker Hellen Chanda, and midfielder Ireen Lungu are the latest players to sign two-year contracts with BIIK Kazygurt, joining other foreign-based stars. Chanda said the World Cup will not be easy and urged her teammates to work hard ahead of the crucial task. “We now have a good number of players in Europe and they are gaining experience that will help us…...

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