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Man Utd’s 18 year old prodigy Mason Greenwood is breaking records

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#Mwebantu, Mason Greenwood is taking the football world by storm with his latest displays at only “18 years old”. He now has 18 goals in his debut season, eclipsing both Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney at that age. A natural finisher with supreme confidence, Greenwood has the ability to score with either foot from long-range.

Reports around Manchester say he is the best academy player since George Best and many believe he will be better than Marcus Rashford, David Beckham and Ryan Giggs.

Solskjaer said: “I am doing my bit to help him but he has to do it – turn in performances in training, in games, live his life properly. It’s up to him how far he wants to go.

“He’s 18 and of course he will get better. He is a natural footballer and has been in the academy since he was a little boy. His dad showed me a picture of us together when he was seven.

“He knows we believe in him. You cannot leave players out when they score goals.”

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Argentina Football Legend Diego Maradona dies of heart attack aged 60

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Diego Maradona has passed away from a heart attack just days after turning 60.
The football legend died at home just three weeks after having surgery on a blot clot in his brain.

Maradona won the World Cup with Argentina in 1986 and is widely regarded as one of the greatest football players to ever grace the game. His life off the pitch was controversial as he struggled with drug and alcohol addiction.

The late Maradona had undergone two Gastric bypass operations to control his weight and was treated for alcohol abuse. In January, the legend underwent surgery to stem bleeding in his stomach and in July he had surgery on his knee.

Twenty one days ago he was admitted to hospital for surgery on a blood clot in his brain and was discharged to recover from home. It was there that the legendary football star died on Wednesday.

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Zambia 🇿🇲 beats Ethiopia 🇪🇹 3:2

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THE Zambia National Soccer Team this afternoon completed a remarkable comeback against Ethiopia in an international friendly match against Ethiopia.

The Chipolopolo Boys had to come from behind to beat Ethiopia 3-2 courtesy of a goal by Kelvin Kampamba and two goals from Albert Kangwanda.

Zambia’s Ambassador to Ethiopia His Excellency Emmanuel Mwamba has taken time encourage players of the Zambia National Soccer Team.

Mr. Mwamba urged the player to be disciplined if they were to have a successful footballing career.

Speaking when he addressed the Zambia National Soccer team at Jupiter International hotel in Addis Ababa ahead of the Chipolopolo Boys’ international friendly match against Ethiopia this afternoon, Ambassador Mwamba said he was delighted to see young and promising players in the current national team setup.

Ambassador Mwamba said football is a mass supporters’ sport and was highly lucrative to the players.

He said if the boys used their opportunity properly, it would help transform their lives and that of their families, and will help bring glory to Zambia.

He said the players should regard themselves as ambassadors of the country and soccer fans’ expectations were high on their performance.

“Talent is nothing without discipline. Probably your coaches and leaders have talked to you about it, but it needs to be emphasized. You can be a great player but without discipline, that (talent) will take you nowhere,” ambassador Mwamba said.

“You have been blessed to have been picked to represent our national team. Don’t spoil or squander the chance; this chance might not come again. You are not the best, the most blessed but the Lord has picked you to play for our national team, regard it as a privilege.” he said.

Ambassador Mwamba urged the players to give a listening ear to the football administration and the Chipolopolo technical bench led by Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic.

“We have seen wonderful talent go to waste just because the players lacked discipline. Everyone starts small like that. You have left a lot of people behind because you are now playing for the national team,” he said.

“We want you to play at the world stage and watch you on TV wherever you are; so regard it as a blessing and God bless you all.”

Team Delegation Leader Lee Kawanu thanked Ambassador Mwamba for taking time to encourage the boys, describing it as a comforting experience to be welcomed by Zambians in foreign land.

“You can see that we have a lot of young new faces that are trying to break into the main team, this is a clear indication of what the FA (Football Association of Zambia) is trying to do which is to build something for the future,” Kawanu said.

Head Coach, Micho, disclosed that the team is in the country to play a series of friendly matches in order to get a competitive momentum before the back-to-back Africa Cup of Nations qualifier matches against Botswana in November.

“We are representing 18 million of Zambians and fully aware of that, we want to give everything against a great team coached by a great coach on the other side of a great nation that during the match, we are like sport enemies; after the match and before that we are sport friends.

The match will kick-off at 16:00hours (15:00hours Zambian time) and will be played at Addis Ababa stadium.

The Chipolopolo Boys are also expected to play three more international matches while in Ethiopia.

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Be disciplined to have a good footballing career, Amb. Mwamba urges Zambian Footballers

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ZAMBIA’s Ambassador to Ethiopia His Excellency Emmanuel Mwamba has taken time encourage players of the Zambia National Soccer Team.

Mr. Mwamba urged the player to be disciplined if they were to have a successful footballing career.

Speaking when he addressed the Zambia National Soccer team at Jupiter International hotel in Addis Ababa ahead of the Chipolopolo Boys’ international friendly match against Ethiopia this afternoon, Ambassador Mwamba said he was delighted to see young and promising players in the current national team setup.

Ambassador Mwamba said football is a mass supporters’ sport and was highly lucrative to the players.

He said if the boys used their opportunity properly, it would help transform their lives and that of their families, and will help bring glory to Zambia.

He said the players should regard themselves as ambassadors of the country and soccer fans’ expectations were high on their performance.

“Talent is nothing without discipline. Probably your coaches and leaders have talked to you about it, but it needs to be emphasized. You can be a great player but without discipline, that (talent) will take you nowhere,” ambassador Mwamba said.

“You have been blessed to have been picked to represent our national team. Don’t spoil or squander the chance; this chance might not come again. You are not the best, the most blessed but the Lord has picked you to play for our national team, regard it as a privilege.” he said.

Ambassador Mwamba urged the players to give a listening ear to the football administration and the Chipolopolo technical bench led by Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic.

“We have seen wonderful talent go to waste just because the players lacked discipline. Everyone starts small like that. You have left a lot of people behind because you are now playing for the national team,” he said.

“We want you to play at the world stage and watch you on TV wherever you are; so regard it as a blessing and God bless you all.”

Team Delegation Leader Lee Kawanu thanked Ambassador Mwamba for taking time to encourage the boys, describing it as a comforting experience to be welcomed by Zambians in foreign land.

“You can see that we have a lot of young new faces that are trying to break into the main team, this is a clear indication of what the FA (Football Association of Zambia) is trying to do which is to build something for the future,” Kawanu said.

Head Coach, Micho, disclosed that the team is in the country to play a series of friendly matches in order to get a competitive momentum before the back-to-back Africa Cup of Nations qualifier matches against Botswana in November.

“We are representing 18 million of Zambians and fully aware of that, we want to give everything against a great team coached by a great coach on the other side of a great nation that during the match, we are like sport enemies; after the match and before that we are sport friends.

The match will kick-off at 16:00hours (15:00hours Zambian time) and will be played at Addis Ababa stadium.

The Chipolopolo Boys are also expected to play three more international matches while in Ethiopia.

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01 Dec 2020, 11:32 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

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357 Deaths
16,998 Recovered

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