UNDER 20 “HIT GROUND RUNNING” IN MOZAMBIQUE.

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The Junior Chipolopolo have literally “hit the ground running” in Mozambique by straight away going to the training pitch before checking into the Afric Prestige hotel yesterday afternoon, May 8th.

The team arrived in Maputo at about fifteen hours and the technical bench decided that their first action in Mozambique would be to maximize on training for their Saturday 2015 Senegal qualifier against that country’s under twenty team,

The Reception was “fantastic” according to team manager Daniel Jere. “we were met at the airport by officials from the Mozambique Football federation and the Zambian embassy” Jere added.

Zambia will meet Mozambique on Saturday at 14:00 hrs (Zambian time) in a game billed for Zimpeto Stadium.

The second leg will take place on the weekend of 23-25 May 2014 with the winners advancing to the ultimate round of the qualifying series.

The final tournament will take place from 8-22 March 2015 in Senegal with the semi-finalists qualifying to represent Africa at the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.

The full fixtures for this weekend are:

Saturday, 10 May 2014

Mozambique vs Zambia
Malawi vs DR Congo
Tanzania vs Nigeria
Sierra Leone vs Ghana
Burkina Faso vs Mali

Sunday, 11 May 2014

Libya vs Tunisia
Ethiopia vs South Africa
Burundi vs Cameroon
Rwanda vs Gabon
Congo vs Benin
Togo vs Morocco
Liberia vs Cote d’Ivoire
Sudan vs Egypt
Lesotho vs Angola

 

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