Zambian Coach who impregnated female footballer faces suspension


By Sedara Oluwadara

The Nigeria Football Federation(NFF) must always check the excesses and activities of male coaches who they appoint as heads of the Flamingoes and Falconets.

Over the past week, a report from Zambia has exposed one of Zambia’s national junior women’s football team’s male head coaches in a sex scandal.

In a swift response, the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) is set to suspend a named Zambia Under-17 girls coach following allegations that he allegedly impregnated and fathered a child with a 15-year-old soccer player in 2013.According to the ZamFoot Crew sources at Football House, the male coach will not be part of the under-17 bench.“You can’t deny that Augustine Muskoka and the boss [Andrew Kamanga] have their issues but you can only praise him [Mukoka] for bringing out such issues,” an insider said.“It is a moral thing and the coach has to go.

There’s a process as the coach needs to exculpate himself after receiving his charge letter.“The GS [Adrian Kashala] is handling the issue but be rest assured that there will be changes.

The has been widespread disapproval following veteran journalist Augustine Mukoka’s article about the FAZ sex scandal.“Zambia Under-17 women’s soccer team coach Kaluba Kangwa is allegedly one of the main culprits in the FAZ sex scandal.

Kaluba, who is a church elder in Lusaka, allegedly impregnated and fathered a child with a 15-year-old soccer player,” Muskoka wrote“Kaluba is named in the recent email that I published as having taken advantage of his position at his organization – Bauleni United Sports Academy (BUSA) – to abuse vulnerable minors some of whom he allegedly impregnated and forced to abort,” the former Post Newspapers Sports writer wrote.


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