Friday, 8 September 2017

Zambia Football Boss Case Postponed To 28 September

Zambian media reports indicate that the case involving Football Association of Zambia boss Andrew Kamanga did not go ahead on Tuesday.
According to the Daily Mail, Kamanga's case could not be heard by the Ndola Magistrate’s Court because he was in Algeria with the national team.

Kamanga is being sued for allegedly abuse of authority and the case could not be heard after accompanying Wedson Nyirenda's men to their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Algeria.

Meanwhile, the case has been postponed for 28 September 2017 and Kamanga will be expected to give his side of the story.

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