KOPALA DERBY :WALTER A DOUBT, SATE SATE RETURNS AS PHIRI MISSES

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KOPALA DERBY :WALTER A DOUBT, SATE SATE RETURNS AS PHIRI MISSES
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Nkana striker Walter Bwalya is a doubt for Saturday’s local derby otherwise known as the Kopala derby. The match sees two of the biggest clubs in the land Power Dynamos and Nkana come head to head in one of the longest and fiercest rivalries in Zambia.

Bwalya limped off in Nkana’s friendly a friendly match against division one side Gomes FC yesterday.

The 2016 super league top goalscorer still remains Nkana’s most lethal striker having found the back of the net 9 times this season already despite missing a number of matches.

Nkana technical bench are working around the clock to make sure he is fit and ready to face their fiercest rivals.

The only consolation for coach Beston Chambeshi is that Ronald Kampamba has started training and might be able to play after missing nearly two months of acti9n due to injury.

Power Dynamos are also be without  striker Martin Phiri, Who will miss the match after suffering a bereavement in the family. Phiri scored a brace in the last Kopala derby as Power Dynamos beat Nkana 2 goals to 1.

Nkana striker Walter Bwalya is a doubt for Saturday’s local derby otherwise known as the Kopala derby. The match sees two of the biggest clubs in the land Power Dynamos and Nkana come head to head in one of the longest and fiercest rivalries in Zambia.

Bwalya limped off in Nkana’s friendly a friendly match against division one side Gomes FC yesterday.

The 2016 super league top goalscorer still remains Nkana’s most lethal striker having found the back of the net 9 times this season already despite missing a number of matches.

Nkana technical bench are working around the clock to make sure he is fit and ready to face their fiercest rivals.

Power Dynamos are also with their own worries as striker Martin Phiri will miss the match after suffering a bereavement in the family. Phiri scored a brace in the last Kopala derby as Power Dynamos beat Nkana 2 goals to 1.

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source: zambianfootball

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